Literacy Visually


There are times that I really worry about my sense of literacy.  I read so much on line and there’s no guarantee that any of it is going to be properly written or constructed.  Liberties seem to be taken with the language regularly and there are some that just don’t appear to care.  It irksContinue reading “Literacy Visually”

An Interview with Gust MEES


Gust MEES and I have followed each other for some time now.  I’m not sure how we “met” but I’ll let him recall it shortly.  He’s an intriguing individual – lives in Luxembourg (Europe) http://www.scoop.it/t/luxembourg-europe, a country with ONLY 502,000 inhabitants and is a regular on Twitter.  You can find him very active there asContinue reading “An Interview with Gust MEES”

An Interview with Vicky Loras


I’ll start out by acknowledging that I’ve never met Vicky and yet through the power of social media, she shares so much of her life.  Native to Toronto, Vicky now lives in Zug, Switzerland where she enjoys all kinds of learning adventures. Having interactions with her serve as a daily reminder that we live inContinue reading “An Interview with Vicky Loras”

Hug an English Teacher


My mom had a plaque that was hung on the wall that said “Too late we grow smart”.  Growing up, I always thought it was something cool that she bought at a flea market but when I think now, it’s advice that makes so much sense. In high school, I was a math nerd.  InContinue reading “Hug an English Teacher”