May connects April and June; one is the end of winter, one the beginning of summer. Pale lime green and light reddish brown foliage grows on trees. Everyone obliterates the tranquil joys of winter and prepares for the onslaught of summer frenzy. S3 is busy. It added several articles to its resources and announced all […]
It’s been months, but today I enjoyed wild Maine blueberries in my breakfast bowl. There’s something about the word “wild” that adds to their appeal. Yesterday I saw a film about bees, a long one, about how people farm them in several countries. During the q & a someone asked if bees make hives in […]
I am so excited to be preparing for my upcoming workshop at Maine Writers and Publishers in Portland! It will be a small class, around five people, and that is perfect because everyone will have plenty of time to express themselves. We will do that by talking and writing and people can share if they […]
Change is brewing when the Federal Government grants NYU $8,000,000 to study ramifications of shyness related issues. You can read all about it online if you google their 2014 research. A lead person from this study says in an interview with a magazine article (also easy to find online) that the shy child will not […]
The 20,000 eight years olds revealed in almost all of the countrys that being bullied or hit by a child in school was their major concern. Over fifty percent said this. The researchers conclusion is schools should do something proactively rather than wait until a child’s anguish causes major concern.