They say, “Art imitates Life.” No truer words could have been spoken, and meant.
Don Newbury is taking a break from writing new columns until September but has provided a few “old favorites” to use during the interim. This one originally was published in August of 2008.
I’ve been reading to Lori.
The year 2020: Wow, in hindsight who could have seen this coming?
Students across Texas returned to campuses last week as schools and universities scrambled to put into place new lesson plans that best accommodate a pandemic.
Don Newbury is taking a break from writing new columns until September but has provided a few “old favorites” to use during the interim. This one originally was published in March of 2008.
It seems I have acquired a reputation.
Regardless of the arrangements for the upcoming school year some things will stay the same. Making sure students eat a healthy breakfast, either at home or school will always be important.
There is no clear right or wrong when it comes to sending students back to school. Every situation is different, and every family will have to evaluate their circumstances, health conditions, and family situations. These variables will determine what each family will decide. There is no right choice, and we honestly continue to say there is no wrong or right choice. Each family will make decisions that are based on each families circumstances.
I’m not sure of the exact definition of middle age. I guess it depends on how long you plan to live. I’m not ready to publicly admit to middle agedness as I plan to live forever, but I am beginning to get a feel for some of the changes that happen during the F-word decades.