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We just returned from a marvelous weekend reunion with the 17 most beloved people in my world — children and grandchildren!! We met on Kiawah Island in South Carolina. It was so satisfying watching our now young adult grandchildren interacting as they seldom see each other. It was great!!

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It’s June! Can we put aside our everyday concerns and political angst and focus on vacation? If you are fortunate enough to have a summer vaycay planned, tell us what it is. If you haven’t, what do you wish it might be? Maybe a bit of vicarious travel or serious lollygagging  on a beach will benefit the rest of us as we check into each other’s preferences.

For me, some days just visiting those crime-ridden quaint English villages I find on my “BritBox” favorite series is sufficient to take me away without leaving my computer screen. On others, I relive saving the giant clam in Tonga or visiting the Louvre. What is your real-life or expected vacation ideal or plan?

Just click here and help us dream.

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Having been a teacher for close to 60 years (retired last May), I feel that as busy as most of us are: planning, grading, keeping up with what’s current, counseling students much of the time, we do not need to spend money on guns and the very necessary training that would be needed. No guns in the classroom!!

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I can’t believe we are having this conversation. I taught kindergarten and my job was to help children learn. My way was joyful. in fact I wrote a book about just that: Joyful Learning in Kindergarten. Now, more than ever, teachers must keep joy in the classroom. Sure can’t be done with a gun nearby.

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