From A Distance, For Now

Lately, it seems that it's all about timing; on Monday,
we had the blessing of hosting a Car Parade, to check in
with our students and their families. By Tuesday, a
stay-at-home order for our area had been put in place.

Distancing Socially, Connecting Spiritually

So things have changed in the recent past, like almost overnight really. For us in Texas, it started with South by Southwest getting cancelled, then the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The NCAA and NBA followed suit shortly after, then Hockey and Baseball, Disney and Broadway. All closed for the foreseeable future to help us practice Social Distancing, something we've not really had to do before. 


PPBF: The Boy Whose Face Froze Like That

Happy Friday the 13th; wait, is that an oxymoron?
I hope that you're staying safe despite uncertain times.

PPBF: Tabitha and the Raincloud

Today I'm excited and grateful because I got to collaborate on this
 Kindness Guide which is now available as a freebie download {here}.


The Perfectly Perfect Wish

Today I'm excited because I've got a picture-perfect picture book for you. 
But first, a quick recap from my recent trip back home.
It was a magical visit and time very well spent.

Scholarship Strategies

Today as schools everywhere are starting to plan and register for the upcoming school year, I'm thinking about my time at Friendswood High School, where I taught Spanish from 1986-1994. Here's a page from a 1991 yearbook;