Monthly Archives: March 2019

Antigone 28 March 2019

My students have been reading Antigone¬†and debating the fate vs. predestination vs. chance vs. choice arguments. The discussion circles around until it is difficult to tell one concept from another. Once they have decided what the characters believe, they are … Continue reading

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Out of the Ashes 26 March 2019

Out of the ashes. Many things rise out of the ashes. The phoenix, of course, rises from the ashes with new life. Islands are formed out of the ashes of volcanoes. When fire and destruction come, we find strength and … Continue reading

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Six Years 22 March 2019

Has it been six years? I cannot believe the way time passes by and how one glance at the calendar brings it all back. I miss her. The little sister I shared a bunk bed with, huddled in the cold … Continue reading

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18 March 2019 National Cathedral

Pulling up to the National Cathedral is one of those experiences where you are just in awe. The outside of the building, complete with gargoyles and intricate gothic detail brought Raphael and the Noble Task¬†by Catherine Salton back from a … Continue reading

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DC 14 March 2019

We’ve been traveling this week for the first time in a long time. I had a tour of the offices for the company I’ve been teaching for online for about eight years. Putting a face to the faces I’ve only … Continue reading

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7 March 2019 All There Is

There are days when I am simply dumbfounded by all there is to accomplish, all there is to be and to do, all there is to notice and be thankful for, all there is to miss, all there is. The … Continue reading

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