Monthly Archives: October 2014

Running in the dark

I woke up at 5 am, which is not notable. You know that special kind of insomnia that won’t let you sleep past a certain very unreasonable early morning hour? I suffer from that. But I am aware that not … Continue reading

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In the capitol

Running up capitol hill to Empire Plaza past the capitol building. Learning more and more about teaching math.

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From here to there

Other than moving around the building today at work (the hallways are long and our classrooms are far apart), I did not exercise. We left right after work for Albany. NTI Institute, common core math, math modules. We drove and … Continue reading

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I followed

the moon. To dance class. And the moon followed me all the way home.

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run!

I run. Sort of. No, I run really. It started with my New Year’s list in 2013, I decided to participate in A Run for Their Life. I had my surgeries (except for the plastic surgery) and treatments here in … Continue reading

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walking in the pre-dawn

I go walking with my son and our dog before work. Sometimes we are out the door as early as 4:15. Being out on a walk at that hour can raise suspicion with law enforcement. In our little city, we … Continue reading

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yoga

Yoga and I have a long history. I started as a 12 year old. On Thursdays, everyone in our family had somewhere to be after work/school, except for my brother Bill and me. Bill taught guitar lessons downstairs, and I … Continue reading

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