Weekly Wisdom from Joshua Reeves: Ted Williams
A poem by Jean Willis When I listen to a child, I hear: When children get to explore, they learn. When children look far beyond their grades, and into the depth of some person, place, or thing, they are on the honor roll. When a child feels they have plenty of time to get to … Continue reading A poem and something I heard. I’m
I know I can't be the only teacher with a class of avid Pete the Cat fans. Does this book ever get old? Evidence points to no. However, this book can be made anew all the time! I am so excited for our little people to explore this book on another dimension- the play dough … Continue reading Pete the Cat and a new dimension….
Weekly Wisdom Podcast, By Joshua Reeves HOWARD THURMAN
https://youtu.be/BKv65MdlV-c Maya Angelou: Words are Things
There are some seconds when someone's hate becomes insufferable, even long after it is administered. It's split between the wound and the mind with a soft but transcribing force that pricks at your throat, and prods at your stomach. It's very painful. It's one thing to be angry, to outline a boundary or to describe … Continue reading The seconds within the insufferable: H A T E and the silent afraid.
Celebrating my Grandmother who taught me self love and forgiveness. Celebrating my Grandad who taught me selfless love. Celebrating my Grandpa who taught me real love. Celebrating my Mom who taught me nurturing love. Celebrating my Dad who taught me spiritual love, love of the sacred source. Celebrating my husband, Josh, who taught me expanding … Continue reading L o v e.