The New Year: Happiness and Kindness…Out Loud

New Year’s Day 2018 – Hello, sun in my face. Hello, you who make the morning

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Respite

Like many, in addition to ongoing layers of personal and professional life, I’ve been overwhelmed by so much in the news…So, blog has been silent…though thoughts have been many… And so just for a bit of respite for myself, today I set down a few morning observations like I do sometimes here at the edge […]

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Blue Christmas?

What to do with melancholy at Christmastime? For lots of people, this is thankfully not a problem. For lots of people, unfortunately it is. And for any number of reasons…

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Thumbs up for storytelling in school!

Part 2 – 5 Reasons Why We Need Storytelling in Schools

“Story is the vehicle we use to make sense of our lives in a world that often defies logic.” (Jim Trelease) Swap the words “poetry/poem/poet” with “storytelling/story/storyteller” as I did in last week’s blog about the first 3 reasons 

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5 Reasons Why We Need Storytelling in Schools [Part 1 of At Least 2]

This wonderful blog about why poetry is NEEDED in schools has been circulating on the internet.  It’s true, I love it, I agree with it. …And all the way through reading it, I kept wanting to replace the word “poetry” with “storytelling.” So I did.

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