Category Archives: Commentary

The Art of Asking

Technorati Tags: Gaiman,SpEd LiveJournal Tags: Gaiman,SpEd In a day and a half over half a million people have watched this talk, at the TED website and on YouTube. I am so proud of her. The Art of Asking Neil Gaiman … Continue reading

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Attending a Class

There were nine people in the class I taught today. They were all there because they had to be.  I see this a lot.  My goal is, by the end of the class to see they are all glad they … Continue reading

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The cancer card

Image by sgtret via Flickr If the blog entries have been sparse and few between, we are going to pull the cancer card. Starting with the discovery of a lump in the neck the day before thanksgiving and up to … Continue reading

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I know it’s only a day, but..

Image by sgtret via Flickr There never was a summer vacation that I recall that ended while it is still August, but my son is expected at school tomorrow, August 31, 2009. I know it’s only one day, but it … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day!

Image by sgtret via Flickr To all the fellow fathers out there, think not of today as your day.  It is the day for your children, your family, to show their love for you by doing things they feel you … Continue reading

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Just a Chat in the Corner

We’ve been trying to define each of the Famous Grazing blogs, to have a separate identity or purpose for each one. Belltowernews.com has its place as the anchor blog.  We gave Grazing Press= a place to discuss news.  Other Grazing … Continue reading

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The End/Beginning of an Era

During the 1920’s, the nation had a choice between Herbert Hoover and Al Smith.  Mr. Smith was a charismatic go-to Governor, a man of the people and well loved in his own surroundings. He was also Catholic. It is generally … Continue reading

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