Monday, February 21, 2011

November 23, 2010

Renaissance Day/Feast of Pentecost

October 23, 2010

When my transmission blew, on the side of the five freeway, I could have just wept and assumed an air of negativity. Instead, camera in hand, I played with taking pictures.... much more enjoyable than crying about a 1600 dollar repair on a car that needs to gracefully go off and die anyways... I found some interesting things on the side of the road...

October 22, 2010

We are the ladies who rule the school! OK... not really... we got to chaperone the amazing costume bowling event... Still, it was a ton of fun. Silent Night, Harold the Angel, and Olive the Other Reindeer are quite clever though!

October 17, 2010

Pumpkin carving with the gals... I was not behind the camera for these.... but definitely worth sharing

October 16, 2010

The first CSA box, ever... amazing...

October 13, 2010

Shakespeare can be one of the most engaging and intriguing literary concepts for the middle school student. Many educators feel that teaching Shakespeare can be too difficult for the students to comprehend, but I completely disagree. I have children in my classroom capable of thinking deeply and they are individuals who understand enough complexities in this world to make learning this material one of the keys to success... Therefore, it was very exciting to take the kids on a fieldtrip with living history, learned techniques, and even a Shakespearean play!

October 10, 2010

Wild beasts in Big Bear... enough said....