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KIMOT2LTD

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denial
Sunday, September 06, 2009      3 comments

I haven't had a lot of time this week, so my "blogging" hasn't been part of my day. Next Thursday we go back to school. That means I will be teaching, my husband will be teaching and our daughter back in class. I think that one of the reasons... Read more
Times Square August 28th (video blog)
Sunday, August 30, 2009      5 comments

When ever I go to Manhattan, I feel 20 years younger. It is the most exciting place on the planet, I believe!... Read more
New York Friday night (video blog)
Sunday, August 30, 2009      1 comments

We had a great time in New York. Here is daughter Lydia's video of us eating dinner at Ollie's on the West Side.... Read more
invincible
Friday, August 28, 2009      3 comments

Here I am on the road to NYC, on the Bolt bus and with wi-fi it seems very "civilized". I suppose I could be watching a movie or reading something but this seems the most normal thing for me to be doing right now. And it will certainly make t... Read more
present
Wednesday, August 26, 2009      1 comments

I have been spending the entire day working on a presentation that I will be giving at the "new teacher institute" tomorrow. I will be back in the swing tomorrow night.... Read more
failure resiliency
Tuesday, August 25, 2009      2 comments

Yesterday I didn't write anything. It has been one of the habits, the consistency of which I am proudest. But yesterday, I felt that whatever I wrote wouldn't be very profound, so I wrote nothing. Today I read in my mindful Monday blog,... Read more
silence
Monday, August 24, 2009      0 comments

Today has been a busy day and I haven't had time to write, so suffice it to say, I will try to form my thoughts tomorrow. Sweet dreams...... Read more
me - so far
Sunday, August 23, 2009      2 comments

To do a daily reflection on a blog feels very cathartic. But sometimes I just want to go back to my favored method of sharing...poetry or visual art. So here is a visual poem, created on Wordle, based on the titles of all my blogs...so far... Read more
smiling
Saturday, August 22, 2009      2 comments

I have had a theory for quite a while about smiling. It has always seemed, to me, as the smiler, I receive far more back from having smiled at others, than my silly smile could ever give to those who see it. At one point in my life I want... Read more
drift
Friday, August 21, 2009      1 comments

I found a blog today about "drift" on a site I get daily newsletters about concerning spirituality and mental health. The word alone brought images to my mind that were mostly negative: driftwood (seems dead), drifter, "do you get my drift", e... Read more
anxiety
Thursday, August 20, 2009      6 comments

All my life I have been riddled with anxiety. Even as a child, I worried about factors in my life, usually beyond my control. I don't know that that is terribly usual, but the manner in which it takes over my life, probably isn't. This fear h... Read more
time
Wednesday, August 19, 2009      4 comments

It is the only non-renewal resource that we have. I remember someone saying that to me earlier in my life and it didn't truly sink in until I became a mother. That was the moment that time became valuable. I didn't work full time f... Read more
fluid
Tuesday, August 18, 2009      2 comments

One of the things I loved most about dancing (ballet specifically) was how tuned into my body I became for studying it as an art form. Though I never was a professional dancer, I learned to seek out the classes taught by those ex-dancers who kn... Read more
wonder
Monday, August 17, 2009      3 comments

For 8 or 9 years I taught a curriculum called "Godly Play" at our church. Its premise was based upon Montessori method and was researched and codified by an Episcopal priest. www.churchpublishing.org
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metacognition
Sunday, August 16, 2009      6 comments

This is a word that I hear throughout the school year for it refers to the "process" within, specifically for a teacher, as you reflect on your practice. It is a word I am quite familiar with, being an INFP in Myers-Briggs terms. ... Read more

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