It’s everyone’s fault and no one’s all at the same time. I just know my heart hurts, and when I reached into my bag of fake a few hours ago, there... Read More
“Angela, would you hand me that gauze?”
Grandmother could have reached it. She sat not three feet away. Yes, she held her deaf and diabetic neighbor’s... Read More
Having my child as a student in my public school classroom wasn’t easy, but I learned how to see people like Jesus sees them, give God room to do what only He can, and... Read More
For two years, I had my daughter as a student in my public school classroom. A desired blessing fraught with unforeseen challenge, this rare arrangement taught me much... Read More
One of the best, but most difficult things I’ve ever done as a parent and as a teacher was to have my daughter as a student in my public school classroom.
“Best”... Read More