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Last night Adron and I sat up way too late, talking with Chip and Alisha, then just Alisha after Chip left for his night shift job: Sort Operations Manager at Fed Ex in Colombus, OH. Up too early now, waiting my turn in the shower... Then it's off for Lake Erie for a two day fishing for them/reading & writing marathon for me. Happy, happy!
So here I am, on my deck on a wonderful Monday evening. The weather is warm. The air is great. The gnats are a little pesty, but since it's only the second day I've used my deck this spring(and the first evening use I've gotten) I'm willing to overlook their annoyance, as I play on my computer.
This evening, I'm working on learning more about the Coalfield Writers website.
I have to confess, that altough I LOVE technology, and I am amazed at how much information is available to me in this amazing Internet age, I am intimidated by this website.
Carrie Browning, a teacher consultant from Summer Institute 2008, was a guest presenter during the Annual Kickoff Celebration on April 25, 2009. She is a second grade teacher at Omar Elementary School. She taught the participants for the 2009 Summer Institute a delightful way to teach new vocabulary words. She transported us back to second grade by showing us new words. To prepare to recognize when the story was read, we played a game with a skein of yarn. A bright colored skein of yarn was produced.
All Coalfield Writer TCs are invited to use the blogging feature of www.coalfieldwriters.org. Just log in, scroll to the bottom left to your user navigation block and click Content. A list will drop down with the heading, Create Content. Click Blog entry and write in the blog input fields that open. You will be able to edit your post, delete it, etc., so please feel free to use this feature. As always, email or call me if you need help. The problem just might be one of my creation!