Nearly every educator will give you some variation on the line, “I love teaching, I learn as much from the students as they do from me!” And as corny as it sounds, it’s true. That’s why I went in to education — I love learning. I don’t mean in a human interest way, which includes learning about the strength of the … Read More
People often use “the melting pot” as a metaphor to describe immigrants from all over the world coming together to make America a great and diverse country. Although when I was growing up, I had a creative teacher come up with “fruit salad,” which implied that immigrants retained some elements of their native culture and blended together in a tasty … Read More
Dear readers, do you ever have one of those weeks where you’re already ugly crying into your coffee? And yes, I’m aware that it is only like 2½ days into the week.
When Lou Reed died late last year, I confessed that I did not own any of his albums on vinyl, but I’ve since rectified that gap in my collection with the recent purchase of New Sensations.
I’m really liking the new shows I picked for the summer season. Aldnoah Zero is so far building up to be awesome in all aspects. Sword Art Online continues to be an awesome critique of online gaming. Argevollen might be the weak link, but it is still building, though much more slowly than did Aldnoah. I also added Re: Hamatora even … Read More