Monthly Archives: February 2010

Full Moon

This is what I saw on my drive home tonight. I’ve never wished more that I owned a more powerful lens.

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Dinner Theater at the Terry Depot

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New Rule

Don’t put more than 10 items on a to-do list.  Preferably, restrict your list to five or six accomplishable tasks. Remember the Queen in Through the Looking Glass who tells Alice that she sometimes believes in six impossible things before … Continue reading

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Weekly Checkpoint

Maybe I should do this every week, but I won’t because it would be too depressing.   I want to remind myself that there’s no rest for the wicked right now, though, so here’s an analysis of my goals and outcomes … Continue reading

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The Unbearable Plague of Ideas, Part 2

Well, I did it.  This is what’s wrong with being me.  Something hits me as possible while I’m brushing my teeth in the morning, and I can’t go to bed that night before I’ve made it happen no matter how … Continue reading

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The Unbearable Plague of Ideas

When JK Rowling said that Harry Potter walked into her head one day fully formed with a life of his own, I thought, “Oh, I know how that feels.”  Alas, the next Harry Potter has not walked into my head, … Continue reading

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Out on a Limb with a Nano Cam

The above video was filmed by one of my students for a class project. I’m sure I’ll post it on Teacherly Tech as well under some other context, but I want to talk here about how happy I was to … Continue reading

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Poetry Tuesday: Cornucopia

Cornucopia, Poem by Sharon Gerald  Download now or listen on posterous Cornucopia, Poem.mp3 (1526 KB) Cornucopia The cornucopia of confusion is the one thing I doubt we are punished for in the end. Children munching Apple Jacks on God's living room … Continue reading

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Poetry Tuesday: Cruel Balance

Cruel Balance, Poem by Sharon Gerald  Download now or listen on posterous Cruel Balance, Poem.mp3 (1253 KB) Cruel Balance This is you, teetering here– bitter yesterday's coffee and a spoon of sugar, everything repulsive and desired. This is you, a headache … Continue reading

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How to Make an E-Portfolio Using WordPress

I may not be finished with this, but I am finished for now.  I think WordPress is the best tool for creating e-portfolios, but it isn't the easiest.  Either that, or I've spent way too much time explaining the obvious.  … Continue reading

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