Tag Archives: snowball

The Child Inside of Me

I had hoped to keep up the momentum of my first ride, but mother nature found ways to keep me from doing this. When I woke up, I discovered that there was a light covering of snow on the ground.  … Continue reading

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When Students Ask About Snow

    Maybe one of the best things about teaching students from countries around the world is that they can marvel at things you take for granted in your own country–they can be incredibly harsh and critical too, but we’ll … Continue reading

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The Little Snowball that Could

You know that classic scene of a small snowball running downhill, picking up snow along the way? It grows larger and larger while its speed increases only to engulf something on its way.  Classic right.  Today’s perfect moment is an … Continue reading

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