Monthly Archives: October 2012

Hey Cool Kids, they didn’t name a Candy after you! :)

Nerds. Today is going all over the place because the “topic” is words. If you are not sitting, I suggest you find a seat. If it has a belt, and/or you see a helmet of any kind, put those on … Continue reading

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Lessons learned from being a Teacher Part One

It just kind of happened to me. Both my parents were teachers. I consistently was told by them, as I grew up, they would support any profession I chose to pursue, but not teaching. That does seem contradictory, but growing … Continue reading

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Being Idolized Ain’t that Great

  I found it rather annoying, really, even though it involved endless lines of females making themselves available, among many other perks. Told a friend recently that I’m glad ***** never meant that much to me. That attitude has always … Continue reading

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Junior High

Ermahgerd! There’s at least one book here. At one point my inner child was a child. Brown, very male, and 13. I didn’t like the clique thing. Rejected it totally. My band of merry dudeness was an eclectic bunch. Pete … Continue reading

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My Inner Child

Is Black. Don’t laugh. At one point in the past, I was the Black Student Union faculty advisor for a particular High School, by the choice of that club’s members. Really, that happened. But this is not about that, per … Continue reading

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Emotional Trauma

In March 2000 I get a call from the Brea police at about 3 in the morning. My friend is in the emergency room and can I come down right away. They give me no details. I get dressed; get … Continue reading

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Family

I am going to use these universal titles for a while. I think. 😀   Both sides of my family are extraordinary. I am very fortunate to say that I love very much, all the members of my family.   … Continue reading

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