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Snow Underfoot

It was eerily quiet as I left the house this early morning, leaving me all to aware of the sound of the snow crunching underfoot. The ground was covered in a thin layer of white, reflecting the street lamps and … Continue reading

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My Friend Procrastination

Procrastination is a powerful thing. Why is it I would rather watch old YouTube videos than do something I have to do?  Why is it that I would rather think about what order I was going to eat the “leftover” … Continue reading

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June 11, 2014 When Your Work is Appreciated

As a teacher, I get observed a lot.  Perhaps it is unlike other jobs because it is only in these isolated moments that I come under scrutiny.  Most of the time, I am left to myself and eyebrows only get … Continue reading

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