Tag Archives: stubble

From Students to Shaving

I was working on phrasal verbs with my students today and one of the words in phrasal verbs in question was “tire me out”. After seeing the phrasal verb, along with some others we were looking at in context, I … Continue reading

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Small Victories

Small victories are still victories.  Perfect Moments have no size and need not be dramatic. So, I hastily did some laundry this evening.  I diligently checked the pockets of my jeans.  I took out the keys.  I took out the … Continue reading

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On Shaving

I spent a bit of time with the brother and the brothers-in-law, and all of us were sporting various amounts of stubble, despite the celebration of an early Christmas. Not unusual perhaps, but it did spark a bit of an … Continue reading

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Perfection Thy Name is Stubble

The time for bed has come and gone and the long weekend is drawing to a close. Work (involuntary shudder) looms ever so clearly on the horizon.  I sit at this keyboard reflecting on the “super moon” (bright, but not … Continue reading

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