Zora B

Our fur baby, Zora, passed over to the other side on Wednesday.     100% border collie, always vying with her mamma as to who was in charge and on ‘her’ schedule. Such a beautiful girl, our panda bear and energizer bunny combined.   Always ready for a walk, even if the vestibular disease that […]

Behind the Curtain

Last year, I was introduced to the Barsch Learning Style Preference Inventory during a professional development, prior to COVID sending us into remote learning. It really resonated with me as an educator, a teacher who tries to reach as many of her students as possible by understanding where they are coming from; however, COVID kind […]

Clean Up In Aisle 6!

I’ve spent 7 years of my life so far living in areas that have plenty of experience dealing with multiple high and low intensity hurricanes. I lived on the island of Antigua from 1992-1994, one of the Leeward Islands of the Caribbean, a northeastern part of the Lesser Antilles chain, which has experienced numerous hurricanes […]

Kicking it with COVID Cabin Fever

This January has been an intense month, simply put, in my world.  With all of the highs and lows, there has been a consistent middle ground feeling of ‘grey’ and ‘ugh’, a maddening frustration with this pandemic, and an almost overwhelming case of cabin fever. On top of everything else, my (self-diagnosed) Seasonal Affective Disorder […]