Month: August 2010

Uninspired

I woke up this morning and realized I didn’t have a blog post planned.  I usually take the weekends off and then have plenty to write about for Monday’s blog post.  But today, I’m uninspired.  I used to blog every day.  Then I tried for 5 days a week.  Now I’m lucky if I post […] Read more…

Students Forced to Think Like Terrorists?

The other day I read in the news about a high school teacher in Australia who assigned the students in her conflict and terrorism class to plot an act of terrorism.  The students were asked to plan a terrorist attack that would kill as many innocent people as possible.  As an educator myself, I understand […] Read more…

Wife on the Roller Coaster Meets PBS

I usually don’t post twice in 1 day, but I just couldn’t wait until tomorrow to post this.  I’m so excited to share with you that I was invited to be a guest blogger at PBS’s POV blog Regarding War!  My Q & A and my 1st post are up, and I hope you can go over and […] Read more…

Top 10 List of Random Thoughts

My brain has been absolutely fried lately, and my thoughts are all over the place.  So here are my… Top 10 List of Random Thoughts 10)  I wish Mr. Roller Coaster would find his alarm clock because he stole mine and I want it back.  But then again, do I really need to know what […] Read more…

Situational Awareness

  I wouldn’t call myself a paranoid person. But I definitely have a reasonable level of situational awareness. As a woman who frequently lives alone, I feel I have to be aware of my surroundings to protect my safety and security. I double check the locks in my house before I go to bed. I carry […] Read more…

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