I've just got to share the good stuff I read.

I love to read. I read every chance I get. If I read something really good, I want to share it with my friends and co-workers. I make copies of magazine articles, read aloud to my students, tell others about good books I'm reading, and keep a book with me at all times.

I love teaching and learning new things. I need a place to share some of the lessons and what my students and I learn. Since my teaching situation is different from everyone else's in my school, I would like to tell all of you in the blog-o-sphere about these great lessons.

Feel free to share what you are reading, teaching and learning with us in the comments.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Faux British Mysteries

I'm reading mysteries that aren't very scary-some have no dead bodies. The Aunt Dimity mysteries by Nancy Atherton are set in a village somewhere in the UK. The main character and her family are Americans living in England. But Lori is very nosy and gets caught up in other people's problems.
So much of these books remind me of the ones I just finished by Susan Wittig Albert.

 Here is a pic of this year's bunk bed flower bed. I ordered some seeds from Buchart Gardens. I know, our climate is so similar. Anyway, Martin and I planted these seeds on Saturday and they have already sprouted! Can't wait for little zinnias and cosmos to take over. Should be as colorful as a quilt.

That's all for now. Going to see some kids I know at a community theater drama.