ANYONE CAN SERVE

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy, find a way to uplift your community and be an ally for people of the global majority. More ideas can be found on President Joe Biden’s National Day of Service page as well as a form to join AmeriCorps volunteer program. I will serve my […]

SWEET SHIRTS

In second grade, I owned a sweater with a duck or a goose on it. The knit sweater was magenta and teal with a friendly white bird on front. It may have had patch pockets. I wore it with jeans or leggings and a strand of faux-pearls bought for fifty cents from the Safeway vending […]

A FULL HEART

Ten years ago, I made a resolution to draw a picture everyday. One simple goal yielded a long-lasting creative spark and transformed virtual connections to real-life friendships. As we near 2021– a fresh beginning– I strive to draw, write, and find a rhythm. The concept of practicing gratitude has existed in our lives long before […]

AND ONE MORE THING

Teachers– If you are one or know one, we can unanimously agree that teachers are both warriors and worriers. We bring work home in the form of ungraded essays or soon-to-be neatly traced construction paper animals. We think of our students before the first bell rings and long after dismissal. We commit to memory the […]

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