It is so much easier for me to "see" if I tell a story. This blog is one of the places that happens.

A "Waste" of a Day

David squealed upstairs. His school's cancellation was just too much to keep inside and play it cool. Sitting in my bed, I held my breath and checked my phone—only a two-hour delay. My heart sank. The kids were cuddling upstairs, starting their snow-day off right, but not me. The snow forts, the board games, watching another episode of “This is Us” would all happen without me. As Deb and I shoveled the driveway, I grumbled with every scraping row I pushed into the yard. School was different to say the least. The hallways were eerily empty. Only the few who dared brave the storm, wearing snow clothes and wet shoes, squeaked along through the hallways. The bell rang, and teachers grumb

A 7th Period Prank

High schools are full of labels. You remember them. If you’re like me, you either put them on yourself or let others put them on for you. There's the nerd or geek, a label actually becoming quite trendy today. There are the jocks, the ones too big for those little desks, and the cheerleaders, desperate to catch the eyes of the jocks. There are the popular kids, wearing the Jordans to match their shirts, the class clowns, the smokers, and the kids with special needs. Even teachers use them. We’ll label kids as ESL or 504. Some are enrolled in AVID and others have behavior disorders. Labels are placed on kids like titles on books, but there’s so much more to us than labels, more to our

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