I currently teach fifth grade humanities. What this means is that the subjects that are covered are numerous, they overlap, they collide, and they require students to ponder and question. They examine global history from the 1400's to 1865, and learn to write, read and understand nuances of language. They also take part in a… Continue reading Impact Project
Spring in Sacramento is the perfect time to live here. The weather has simply been divine. Mid 70s, slight breeze, glorious sunshine with wispy clouds ever so often... Hopefully it will rain a bit more before the scortching summer heat arrives as we did not have a wet winter and everyone is worried we are… Continue reading Sacramento in Spring
Congratulations to Pam Curcio! Pam won “The Treasure Chest Mysteries,” book two: The Jade Serpent in my Amazon giveaway. Thank you to all who entered to win. I hope you enjoyed the holidays, surrounded by friends, family and lots of laughter. After an active, five days with family, I am happily back to writing; working… Continue reading Congratulations!
Hello Again. September is here and it is finally starting to cool off a bit in Sacramento! While my issue with crazy hot weather has bothered me like a persistent fly this summer, it pales in comparison to what is happening in our world. My heart goes out as I see devastation across our continent… Continue reading Hope Through Action
Hello Friends, The time has just flown by since I last sat down to take stock of life and share it with you. Since February, my last post, life has been full of good stuff. I finally finished my second book in the Treasure Chest Mysteries titled "The Jade Serpent." I will be announcing when… Continue reading Writing, Teaching and Traveling
I have now been living in Sacramento for just over six months. At first I wasn't sure if this was a good move for me. But the longer I am here, the more I am loving this place. I do not think I have ever lived in a place where people are so nice, so… Continue reading Six Months in Sacramento