The Face of Mental Illness My face, calm and expressionless. My eyes, focused sternly on nothing.
School Shootings and More Published with permission. Here is what my friend and former colleague, Elizabeth Hasselgren, shared May 2018. She is a teacher and mother of teen girls. Crushing. I spend no less than 8 hours a day, 180 days of the year, in a high school classroom surrounded by teenagers wherever I turn.… Read More Ramblings on the Whole Shebang
My little brother. One of my earliest memories is the day he came home from the hospital. He had our mom on bed-rest for a long time, so I believe we were all ready for his arrival. I remember being in the family room, and mom was holding him low so I could see him. He… Read More My Brother, My Heart