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walls: a sabbatical journey, part 2

I remember playing school in my grandmother’s garage-converted-into-playroom with an old elementary school desk and a chalkboard long before I knew what my future might hold. Moving forward through my growing-up years, I moved from wanting to be a teacher to a writer to a lawyer and back to a teacher, among other aspirations. I… Continue reading walls: a sabbatical journey, part 2

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i’d rather be a hero

“I need you to explain this 9/11 thing to me again, Mommy.” “Well, on September 11, 2001, there were some bad guys who don’t like a lot of the things America stands for, so they decided to attack our country. “What do you mean, ‘stands for?’” “That part is kind of complicated. I’m not really… Continue reading i’d rather be a hero