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Author Archives: Debbie
Dear WordPress Friends, I know it’s been a while. As I continue to wait on positive responses from book publishers, I have decided to open up a small jewelry company using Etsy as my platform. A typical workday is made … Continue reading
The helmet padding smelled all James Deansy. You know… Brylcreem and 10w30 with a little WD40. He’d let me ride back from the finish line in the Chevy II, and I’d put that helmet on for fun. For just a … Continue reading
Hey Friends, I’m stopping by to give you an update on my adventure. As you know, I gave up a beloved teaching career with great sadness and reservation. It is no surprise that I miss the children, their parents, and … Continue reading
Opinions Welcome! Hey to all my Word Press, LinkedIn, and Facebook friends. I’m getting ready to work on an article about something known as Coal Rolling. It may even be referred to as Black Smoke Trucks. At this time I … Continue reading
My world According to Me… thus far As most of you know I’ve jumped off a very large cliff. This post is simply a warm up to things yet to come. No More Teaching: This was the very, very hardest … Continue reading
Just like the Little Engine That Could, I took on Spring Break with confidence and energy. Ahhh… time away from teaching and I’m having a very productive week. Closets cleaned, drawers organized, flip-flops color coordinated, and even time spent writing. … Continue reading