See this view?! As I sit here I realize that at this moment everything I could possibly want from a work day is right in front of me. See my baby?! Under the computer through the glass top desk?! That’s Ity. You could miss her like in that Awkward Family Photo with the dude stuffed under the … Continue reading View…
Poverty & the Arts, an innovative organization for social change in Nashville, TN is bridging a gap that is vastly overlooked when we think about the homeless in America today. Today we’re featuring Clare Fernandez, the organization’s Community Engagement Director, who will share their mission and some of the awesome strides they are making in the Nashville … Continue reading Poverty & the Arts: Art, Community & Social Change
“Stupid is not a nice word.” My four year old, Snug, says this a lot. She says it to the TV when a character calls someone or something stupid, regardless of the context, she immediately and sternly tells the TV, “Stupid is not a nice word.” To family and friends, when our conversations drift out … Continue reading Stupid is not a nice word.
I discovered Fairy Gardens when I taught at a lovely school for children with dyslexia in Baltimore that prided itself on play-based learning. Students had 2 recesses a day and spent a great deal of time exploring the woods on campus. One of my young students made the most delightful little fairy house out of leaves, … Continue reading Easter Fairy Gardening