Monthly Archives: June 2016

MIAGD:  Vacation begins

MIAGD: make it a great day The next ten days it’s writing, gardening, dogging, and more writing. This morning did not commence with any of the goals.  In fact, it’s been one of the laziest mornings I’ve known in a … Continue reading

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MIAGD: Embrace “change”

MIAGD: make it a great day  Too often, we cringe when we think of any comfortable part of our lives experiencing a change.  It’s common. Like so many others, I am not always up for change, but, most often, in … Continue reading

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MY DAY: DCI season

Ahhh…  It’s been several years since I’ve attended a DCI (Drum Corps International) contest, and last night’s trip to Dublin Coffman High School on the Northwest side of Columbus, was even more thrilling because one of my kiddies was marching. … Continue reading

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MIAGD: Hello, Tuesday…

MIAGD: make it a great day Ahhh… The weather is absolutely gorgeous, and the gentle breeze is lacking in any substantial humidity.  It is nearly time to teach, and just as I hated leaving the deck at 12:30 AM, I … Continue reading

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MIAGD:  When time seems to stop

MIAGD: make it a great day   “It was bought on the morn of the day that he was born, and was always his treasure and pride; but it stopped, short, never to go again,  when the old man died.” … Continue reading

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MIAGD:  Keep growing…

MIAGD: make it a great day Be the locamotive, and keep charging ahead.   I’d never known this quote until this morning.  I love it. 

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MY DAY: 8 hours of social studies 

It was a humid, event-filled Saturday, and so enjoyable! One of my 7th grade piano/saxophone students, Ian, who hopes to one day play in the Carillon Park Band (originally the NCR Band founded by Clark Haines, and now under the … Continue reading

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