The Work You Do
Photo by Nick Fewings on UnsplashAn alumni association from one of my old colleges telephoned the other week. “Hello, Mr.
Feeling like there has been a lot more rain in Pittsburgh than usual? I am.
The End of Learning
I had to drive around the block to see them, my children, as they carried themselves towards the old stone steps
Man Found Alive in Cave After Five Years
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Washington
We Need a National Discussion on Living with COVID-19 for the Long Term
The thing that bothers me is that our national leadership is acting like the COVID-19 virus is some sort of temporary thing. Our leaders need to underscore the message that this virus will be here for a while; a year, maybe years.
What Len Taught Me
There was a time when I thought I might make a pretty good teacher. People told me I was kind and patient, understanding, and knowledgeable. They told me I had so many qualities of one. Then I worked as a substitute in a public school district.