I am so happy that someone promoted having a day dedicated to book lovers. I have loved books since I was a very young child. My father collected books and stacked them all over the place. My mother kept asking him to put his puts on shelves or bookcases. He finally pleased her and built a few bookcases. He loved old books and books out … Continue reading Happy National Book Lover’s Day!
The image is a small watercolor I painted a few weeks ago in honor of St. Patrick‘s Day. The message is simple but profound at the same time. I have a passion for teaching. Many of the wonderful ideas I have learned and the creative opportunities I have had, have been taught to me by a passionate teacher. Paolo Freire believed … Continue reading Haiku Deck
the chair is empty where she sat and read to us once upon a time (C) Melba Christie Related articles The Last One Standing… (artofleo.wordpress.com) Continue reading Haiku #30
Quotes of the week: From: Browsery – http://browsery.tumblr.com/post/29550801505/in-one-sense-reading-is-a-great-waste-of-time-in “Did I mention supreme joy? That is why I read: I want everything to be okay. That’s why I read when I was a lonely kid and that’s why I read now that I’m a scared adult. Mary Ruefle (via arkoftheache)” From: http://xenogirl.com/2012/07/27/a-letter-from-my-future-self/ A Letter from My Future Self “There is a rare joy in reading … Continue reading Word Press Bloggers Quotes of the Week