Life has changed with the pandemic, but love has not.
And then COVID-19 hit and, with it, nightly briefings from the White House. It was too much.
In this fluid situation, there are few options other than vigilance, patience and flexibility.
Perfect is not an option, and each of our alternative plans comes with its own set of serious consequences—financial, emotional, and educational.
This virus will be vanquished and we need a strong school district ready when it does.
Ten minutes is a long time for a teenager to hug anyone.
GG was an archetypical Pollyanna. She made lemonade.
“How dumb can you board members be—desk shields are useless.”
Aristotle established the concept of the Golden Mean 2,500 years ago. Simply put, the middle path—or moderation—is the correct choice for right behavior and making good decisions. During this pandemic, we Americans are choosing between extreme options and moderate ones. On one side of the continuum is an extreme option: shutting down the economy, curtailingContinue reading “The Golden Mean in the Age of Covid-19”
It’s likely that you’ve heard of pay it forward —the wonderful practice of doing an act of kindness for someone and having him or her return the favor by doing something kind for someone else. Popularized in the Kevin Spacey/Helen Hunt 2000 movie by that name, the practice has been resurrected during the pandemic. MyContinue reading “Passing It On”