Last I heard, Spring is officially upon us, but with negative windchills, the remainder of the April 2nd 6" of snow, and another 5-8" on the way this weekend, one really begins to wonder. In any case, March has ceded to April, and with it, a new flurry of activity. Heart Women's Retreat: Two weeks…Read more Spring??
Yesterday, several members of the local group teamed up with our western neighbors to help at their History Faire demo. Much like the outdoor History Fest our neighbors to the east support, there were many different facets of history presented in an interactive, hands-on manner with reenactors present to bring the day to day details…Read more Trewint Demo: A Reflection
With the onset of the first real snow storm we've had in several weeks, I recently realized this will be my third year of winter-biking. I'm legal to drive, but haven't felt the need to purchase a vehicle (yet) and manage all the fun finances that come with such a responsibility, especially since I can…Read more Round Three!
As my last post was apparently from back in oh... August/September, I'm long overdue for an update. For the sake of not writing a novel (mostly as my hands are already loaded with NaNo at the moment), here's the brief version of the past few weeks and months. September 9th: Fall Coronation. I had the…Read more There is life!
It's been just over a week since the decision became fully official, and almost a month since things started to really come apart at the seams at school. More importantly, I've done enough internal processing (and some rare [and raw] external processing) to be comfortable in announcing it to the world at large. When the…Read more Permission to Move On
Since I've started relying on my bike to get me everywhere, I've biked through a variety of weather patterns. Oftentimes, it's a pleasant experience. Sometimes, it's a challenge as I fight the wind, snow, rain or sleet. After yesterday's sleet and today's hints of snow, I ended up biking across town in a cold rain.…Read more Winter Musing- In the Rain
The week started fairly innocuously with the initial planning of conference times for my preschool students and a few other planning elements between my co-teacher and I, as well as the other Special Ed preschool teacher since we have new students starting soon. By Wednesday I was flat-out exhausted. Between coming back from the long…Read more Roller Coaster Weeks and Medieval Weekends