In which I join my voice with the thousands of others who have been sexually harassed in the workplace.
In which the book lover encourages you to read banned books.
In which John Pavlovitz reminds us that we are Human first.
In which the retired teacher discusses education. (Not nearly as boring as it sounds.)
Folks work with crochet hooks, knitting needles, material and thread, and everything a person would think of when weaving with yarn. Sometimes we weave items for friends, for presents, for sale, or just to satisfy ourselves with a peaceful hobby. The project may exist as one large piece or may be many small pieces that… Continue reading Weaving the yarn…
Sometimes writers believe that adding a touch of their natural speak helps the reader feel more comfortable with their words. I believe this to be true to a point. If you read Stephen King, you can almost hear that New England accent from many of the actors in his movies. If you read Charlaine Harris,… Continue reading A Little Goes a Long Way…
In which the editor considers how changing technology has affected learning and memory
I've recently read several articles or blog posts denouncing both the women's march, and the march for science. "Life is great! Look at all we have! I'm perfectly happy with my life. We don't need to keep studying this or that, it's a waste of money." Seriously? "Well, look at all the rights women have… Continue reading Why are we marching? Really?
Create Your Own Visited States Map
I have continued doing writing and editing as SimplySo. I am on both Elance and oDesk. I am also driving up to Tenn. fairly often learning business stuff (general ledgers and so on) that is currently being done by my mother, who desperately wants to retire. The company is owned by her, so retiring is… Continue reading SimplySO and Moving On.