Category Archive: friends

Friendship recharges our spirit.

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Recharge your spirit by connecting with a dear friend. If you can’t physically meet up, then pick up the phone or Skype with him/her.

Exchanging “Kind Words for My Classmates”

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I had a remarkable day with my students yesterday on so many levels. However, the “Kind Words” Exchange was incredible. I recorded some of their reactions to the Exchange. (Can’t read what the… Continue reading

That Personal Touch

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Our Entry Table Has Begun to Brim with Anniversary and Chanukah Cards Originally uploaded by teachergal We’re all so busy these days, aren’t we? The snowstorm that hit New England this past Friday… Continue reading

Stacey’s Memoir Monday Post: In-Process About My Closest Friend

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Through the years… Originally uploaded by teachergal I took one of the lean prompts, and some of the questions Sprague gave us during the Stories in Hand Class, and used them to start… Continue reading

The Big Picture: Happy Mail!!!

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This is the final post of The Big Picture Series. (Ruth stated hers was the last, but after I received some mail from her today, I decided we needed to have just one… Continue reading

Stacey’s Memoir Mondays Post: Chanukkah & Old Friends

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Chanukkah 1996 Originally uploaded by teachergal I threw my first of many Chanukkah Parties in my Washington Studio Apartment when I was 19 years old. I invited friends, Jewish and non-Jewish, over to… Continue reading

M.M. Inspiration: “Old Friends”

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An optional charge for August 11th’s Memoir Monday… I was thinking about some of my lifelong friends I made in college the other day. There are four (Lori, Marc – not my husband… Continue reading

Bday

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And now a poem since I poems are always a nice part of a birthday greeting (in my opinion, at least): Warm Wishes A soft slate-blue sky swallows floating across fluffy clouds and… Continue reading

A Memoir Monday Post in Pictures

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Make a Smilebox scrapbook Want to read more Memoir Mondays posts? Just click here.

Memoir Monday Idea: A Special Place (Then & Now)

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My best friend and I went to Newport in August 2004. Since then, I’ve been back quite a few times, including yesterday, with Marc (my husband). Therefore, this Monday, I’m going to reflect… Continue reading

Happy Birthday

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Will you do me a favor & pretend it’s Friday? Due to an unexplainable shoddy Internet connection, I was unable to post yesterday. Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday… Continue reading

My First “Memoir Mondays” Memory Post

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We were patiently waiting at Logan Airport for the gate agent to call us up for check-in. Alexa hadn’t arrived from DC yet. I was flanked by my parents who were about to… Continue reading

A New Challenge Begins Tomorrow

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Our first, of many (I hope), Memoir Mondays begins here at TWT tomorrow. A few folks asked how it works, so here goes: When you arrive at the site, you’ll be prompted to… Continue reading

Stacey’s Slice of Life Story: Day 10

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I was chatting with my Mom on my hands-free while driving home from Ceramics Class and the grocery store around 6:00 p.m. this evening when I got beeped. I waited until I was… Continue reading

POETRY FRIDAY: This sheet is for my class’s Morning Meeting

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Poetry Friday 030708 Originally uploaded by teachergal Every Friday we read a poem together. I found this one in a poetry book I just got and thought I’d share it with my kids… Continue reading

WN ENTRY: Remembering

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I’ve been celebrating a lot lately… My wedding, My students’ amazing achievements, and as of 5:40 this morning, my snow day. However, amid my joy, Ruth has been going through a more painful… Continue reading

Poetry Friday: A Tribute to My Co-Blogger Ruth

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Ruth: I found this poem and thought I’d post it… so glad you’re my co-blogger AND my friend! Warmest wishes for the holidays! –Stacey Standing by, All the way. Here to help you… Continue reading

Daily Something – Auf Ruf

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This past Saturday we had our Aliyat Hatan veKallah at our synagogue, which was essentially a pre-wedding blessing followed by a celebration. We were surrounded by family and friends, which made the day… Continue reading

Thanksgiving: A List Poem

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On this day, I am thankful for so many things. I figured I’d create a list poem, with my ideas clustered in stanzas, of what I am thankful for. (I decided not to… Continue reading