Monthly Archives: March 2012

Call Me Golfer

Okay, let’s not get carried away. Annika Sorenstam or Michelle Wie I am not and never will be, but today’s round of 9 holes has me hoping that I won’t be laughed off the fairways this year. I’m relaaaaaxed. Eureka! It’s been … Continue reading

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A Teacher Humiliated – Fall 1981

It was September 1981 and after teaching for 8 1/2 years at Maxwell in Brooklyn (and loving it), I had just transferred to a high school in Queens. Being the new kid on the block, I was assigned five English classes, … Continue reading

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Lunch at Tiffany’s

Ever go to a museum expressly to see one particular exhibition that proved to be underwhelming, but while you were there you happened upon something else that was truly entrancing? That was precisely my sentiment at the Nassau County Museum of … Continue reading

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