I’m ready now.

Teaching has ALWAYS been my passion. As early as eight years old, my career path was solidly paved towards teaching. If I learned something, I believed everyone around me wanted – or needed – to know it, too! Lucky for … Continue reading

The Quintessential Cookie

In the spirit of the 25 cm of snow accumulating outside my wall of windows on this fine mid-April Sunday, I felt drawn to baking my fave choco chip cookie recipe in preparation for an afternoon of Christmas music and … Continue reading

The Ultimate Dance Lesson

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“Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most beautiful of the arts, because it is no mere translation or abstraction from life; it is life itself.” ~ Havelock Ellis Nothing quite like a precocious little darling of a three-year-old … Continue reading

Wallowing in a Winter Wonderland

I did, in fact, look up “wallow” in the dictionary. It means to, “to luxuriate in, to revel in.” So really, we often use it somewhat inaccurately when we say we are wallowing in our miseries. Though I suppose some people do … Continue reading

Apparently, Tom and Jerry started it all…

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What a most wonderful thing – I was an inspirational speaker for the day! Or at least a moment. I read a journal entry by a student. He wrote four pages of a book over the holidays, “but it wasn’t a real … Continue reading