Tag Archives: Reading

Going to My Happy Place (s)

  So much for dreaming, so much for dreaming…… Ian and Sylvia Fifty or so third graders were on the school bus and were as settled as they were likely to be for the trip back to school after the … Continue reading

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Reading Places

Outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend.  Inside of a dog it’s too dark to read.  ~Attributed to Groucho Marx With the possible exception of changing “dog” to “cat”, I’m with Groucho on this one.  Athough it’s … Continue reading

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Phone Sects

“Once in a while….. the telephone can be a wonderful thing.” – Ivan Doig, Bucking the Sun OK, this will not be the usual old person’s rant about how that blasted younger generation can’t do a single thing without being … Continue reading

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Here Comes Captain Book

Aarrrggghh, my pretties! It is I, Captain Book…… Every Friday morning 75 or so Kindergarten through 2nd graders come together in Durham Elementary’s cafetorium for Morning Program, a long standing tradition blending song, instruction and camaraderie to get the day … Continue reading

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A Positive Addiction

I have been, as previously mentioned, an Anglophile since the age of approximately six. I have been a bibliophile for just about as long (no, relax, there won’t be a “phile” for every letter of the alphabet) and it has … Continue reading

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