The well project is always front and center in my mind but today I’m musing about the beginning of a new school year. I supervise interns in an online Johns Hopkins University program that prepares educators for certification in Administration & Supervision. Keri Estes, who has done superb work, as do most of my JHU [...]
Continued from yesterday–Example #2. The hurricane is now downgraded to a tropical storm but still a problem in New England. You probably know Honesdale, PA-based Highlights for Children magazine, either by subscribing or seeing it as the ubiquitous magazine in medical offices. Boyds Mills Press and Calkins Creek are also part of the Highlights publishing [...]
Becoming jaded is easy, given the brutal or fraudulent or dishonest acts in today’s world, which we hear about all too often. My musings while waiting for rain from the hurricane to work its way up the US’s east coast will compliment two large businesses for small neighborly acts, one today, the second tomorrow.
Jackson sent an e-mail that he met in Nairobi with hydrogeologist Dan Odero and Catherine Tomno, president of the Nakuru – Great Rift Valley Rotary Club. It was a meeting to get to know each other and Jackson felt very good about their discussion. He sent the photo below. Having a Kenyan Rotary Club that [...]
“Think Outside the Sandbox!,” an article daughter Hope McGonigle and I wrote, will appear in the Nov./Dec. issue of NATURAL LIFE magazine. The article tells how to create a natural playscape in your backyard. In other words, as we write in the article, think outside the sandbox to create a natural world—a family-friendly backyard that will serve myriad [...]
Last night I was getting friendly with Photo Wall, my new iPad app. It’s pretty intuitive (i.e., I resorted to reading the guide only once). When I begin a book or an article, I spend quite a while reducing my theme or basic thoughts to a sentence or two. Building on that idea, I tried [...]