- Springfield, Missouri, U.S.A.
- October 04
- THE SAGE JOURNAL
- I am a writer.
I am also the Editor of The Sage Journal, an online magazine. Check it out at http://www.thesagejournal.com
Some OS authors are contributors
MY RECENT POSTS
- Panru of the Glowing Hearts
February 21, 2015 05:27PM
- My thoughts as a teacher on
the school shooting.
December 15, 2012 02:19PM
- Special Ed. Class Watches the
October 21, 2012 03:33PM
- A New Writing Club
October 15, 2012 05:34PM
- THE FRUSTRATIONS OF TEACHING
August 30, 2012 09:47PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “do you ever get
comments? I used to get scads
February 23, 2015 04:26PM
- “Has anyone read
February 23, 2015 04:24PM
- “You have lived quite a
April 19, 2014 02:28PM
- “Hey Bo: My problem is I
just don't get on the computer
at all now that
December 23, 2012 04:05PM
- “hmm. I guess there is
no-one on open salon anymore.
a day when I
December 16, 2012 08:43AM
- MY LINKS
Serran was once a world in harmony, where the Thule and Thalen lived together intimately, in a complex, complimentary relationship. Yons passed since those times. All of Serran knew of their past. It wasn’t hidden. A holy obelisk held the history of Serran. Every Thalen and Thule… Read full post »
I teach Special Education in High School. The teachers in our school cried as they saw these pictures on the internet. We could understand this happening in our high school, but not an elementary school. Why could we see it happening in our high school?
For those of you… Read full post »
I teach Social Studies for Special Ed. students. The last two weeks and the next three weeks until the election, I have chosen to teach them about voting, Why they need to pay attention and the basics of the voting system. We watched a few minutes of the first debate, but… Read full post »
I've started a new writing club at the school where I teach. The students are excited about getting to write something they really want to write instead of an assignment.
I am thoroughly enjoying it because all day I work with low Special Ed. kids that can barely read, let… Read full post »
I am really having problems wth the fact that the state would rather I get all my Special Ed. paperwork done then spending time creating good lessons for the kids. They need so much help because so many teachers have chosen paperwork over teaching well.
We have… Read full post »
I have been teaching Functional Skills Social Studies. It's a class for Special Education that teaches students Government, the Constitution and the state Constitution. This week we had a unit on persuasive writing. I have been kiping all of my lesson plans off of Icivics.org. It's a wonderful site t… Read full post »
Wes Bowen spoke at our Church (Center City Church, Springfield, MO) last Sunday...the Sunday before easter...talking about Jesus making His entry into Jeruselem. It may lose something in translation by not hearing it. He's a good speaker, but here it is. It gives us a lot to think about.… Read full post »
I have always wanted to create and publish a magazine and Magcloud has allowed me to take my first stab at it. This effort I did for my writing group, Ozarks Romance Authors. Members contributed articles, stories true and fiction, poetry… Read full post »
I just watched Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee. I've seen it before, but it hit me differently this time. I don't know why, but I started thinking about our elections and how much our political parties are like two large tribes that have very different points of view./… Read full post »
Hit had been about 6 weeks since I stared on my road to health and fitness. It is really hard to stay motivated, but I have developed some good habits. I haven't had much in the way of sugar since I started. The only exception being my birthday. I had a… Read full post »
I don't feel like I had a really successful week. I lost of total of 1 pound. I guess it's better than going up or staying the same. It doesn't help that I come across contradictory information. I heard on a medical program that eating too much meat can cause your… Read full post »
I've had a bad couple of days...meaning I've been having trouble staying on the diet. I may have to cut out grains altogether. They are just too much of a temptation. It doesn't help when your spouse just isn't there at the same place you are in this walk.
I'm… Read full post »
My before picture and stats:
Height: 5 ft. 6 in.
Waist: 53 inches.
I’ll be measuring and weighing in weekly. I have a long way to go. If I want a job, sadly this may be my only hope. There is a lot of discrimination against people… Read full post »
We started out from the gulf early in the morning. I took one last look out my balcony window at the ocean and surf. It looked like it was going to rain first thing in the morning. It will be hot and humid. I was starting to feel a little weak… Read full post »
We got up in the morning after reaching Valdosta and called Richard's sister Ann asking her to meet us at the hotel. We wanted to show her pictures of the family and the only thing we had was my little computer that needed internet… Read full post »
After the day of Jacob and Roz's Wedding we headed out early down the road to Georgia. Along the way, Jacob called us and let us know that Roz's parents wanted to meet us....Good Idea!
We stopped in at a place called South of the Border, South Carolina. It was like… Read full post »
As I said before. We got a call the night before our trip started out. Jacob, my son let us know he was getting married. This did not leave us much time for any sight seeing, but we spent time with the new couple and went with them as they ran… Read full post »
Today we started out with another meal at the Denny's classic diner. I didn't like the breakfast as well as I liked supper. I got a better picture of the inside of the diner though. It really is neat!
After breakfast we took some time to set the Garmin… Read full post »
Jacob and his new bride to be, Rosalyn
We managed to get on the road by 8 a.m. We stopped by Wal-mart to get osme ice and water for the road. We headed out to our first destination. Terre Haute, Indiana. We have recently bought a Garmin GPS system and are learning how to use it.… Read full post »
Taking a road trip takes a lot of preparation. You have to look your best, so we both went to our respective hair placed to get coiffed.
Richard went to the Barber Shop on Sunshine St.
It’s an old-style barber shop and it used to be housed… Read full post »
We started cycling the 2nd week in June. My husband and I found a route that was approximately 2.5 miles to ride and we got up and were out riding at 6:30 a.m.
At first we just rode 2 or 3 times a week, after the first couple… Read full post »
I will soon be taking a road trip with my husband from Missouri to Baltimore, down to southern Georgia along highway 10 across the gulf and back up to Missouri. I was wondering if any open salon contributers would be interested in meeting up for a short time along the… Read full post »