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How to Succeed While Living in the Margins

  I originally planned to call this post Taking Leaps of Faith, Crossing Bridges, and Totally Expecting to Land Flat on My Face, but decided that was way too long and WordPress evidently doesn’t like really long titles. Plus, Living in the Margins pretty much says everything I wanted to say without that really long…
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How to “Find” Time in Order to “Create” Time

The trouble is, you think you have time. ~Budda~  I recently wrote an article for our professional art educators’ association about making time to create and now I see how some of the tips I shared with art teachers could also apply to others exhausted by day-to-day stress. Most think we teachers have it “easy”…
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The Only White Girl on the Bus and Racism

 With conversations surrounding the Charleston, S.C. shooting, I decided to revisit situations that have shaped my thoughts on racism.    As my Dad rounded the corner off Pennsylvania Avenue and parked in front of one of many high-rise buildings, I slowly read the words across the top: American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial…
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The Dad I Always Love, But Don’t Always “Like”

Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. ~Ephesians 6:4~ [caption id="attachment_204" align="aligncenter" width="863"] Dad with Courtney and me[/caption] Family Resemblance So, who do you look like, your mother or your father? If you were to ask anyone who knows my family, they…
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