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Passing up Frank Sinatra for Euclid

This morning I read an exuberant article about the delicious wordsmithing of the songwriters for the old crooners, namely Frank Sinatra.  http://www.worldmag.com/2014/08/rhythm_and_rhyme  My son Barnabas, whom I just delivered to St. John’s College in Annapolis, gets a kick out of Sinatra. He … Continue reading

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Isn’t Life Wonderful??

My own children astound me as I work with them on their assignments. I see their giftings come forward. Daughter wants her timeline to be a spreadsheet rather than a line across a two page spread, because orderliness matters to … Continue reading

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