About My Stories and Comment Policy

I’ve always been a story teller. As far back as I remember, I have loved reading and going to that place of make-believe. My first book was ‘On the Banks of Plum Creek‘ by Laura Ingalls Wilder at age 8, followed by C.S. Lewis, and not stopping since. Although I love make-believe, the stories I post about my students are indeed true. I might change the time of day, class name, etc. to hide the identity of the precious angels, but rest assured, these musings are what the youth of today are saying. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

Me, on the right, with my forever friend since Kindergarten. We’re both teachers.


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10 thoughts on “About My Stories and Comment Policy

  1. It saddened me when I saw you closed comments for your post on “If Teachers Planned Inservice.” This was the only place I could find to remark.

    Just a real disappointment. I don’t care if you don’t publish this comment. It’s really meant for you the author anyway. I simply doesn’t look good to allow some comments and then close the commenting. I hope you reconsider as the article is a great opening to a good discussion that schools should be having regarding Staff Development and inservices in general.

      • Now I feel like a jerk… 🙂 Welcome to WordPress. If you want to delete my previous comment go right ahead. I thought the post you had was a great way to get started discussing things such as staff development etc in education. I’ll have to stop back. Way to go getting Freshly Pressed so early, I think that’s how I found your post.

        • Don’t sweat it. 🙂 If you hadn’t pointed it out, I wouldn’t know it was off. You probably just stated what someone else was also thinking. Thanks again!

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