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Our Multi-generational Neighborhood

Inviting, relaxing, and comfortable to the lower back, we enjoy sitting in rocking chairs inside and out. We are in the Autumn of our lives now and want to savor these moments. From our perch on the front porch, we … Continue reading

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Languages Reveal Cultures

As a German language educator for some forty-eight years now, I am still intrigued with languages and words and recall as a young girl in Massachusetts how we used certain words for everyday things. When I was ten and moved … Continue reading

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Grateful to my parents

  Fall is a time for reflection as I gaze on the warm colors nature has provided me, the family and friends I have, and for the education I received. There are no half measures when it comes to education. … Continue reading

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Let’s consider…

Three things to ponder: Fall Back to school Learning foreign languages Fall in New England is my favorite time of the year with the gorgeous warm colors of foliage.  It reminds me of what was and what is to come.  … Continue reading

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