Like attics (and junk drawers) everywhere, this page is stuffed with fragments, papers, links to past posts; fiction, non-fiction, prose, and non-prose; possibly the occasional bedraggled Christmas tree, wedding dress, and/or uninvited critter. Pick through warily and don’t say you haven’t been warned. It’s the attic. Welcome to it.
Evaluating the Value of Field Trips in Early Childhood Education. A tongue-in-cheek look at school trips: the orchard, the grocery store, McDonald’s, and the fire station.
Hail, Virginia. New York, Frank Sinatra, nostalgia, and a never-produced Christmas special. A true story.
Just-World Phenomenon. Americanness, Living Wage, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Lake House. My grandfather, a lake cottage, Independence Day, and suburban retention ponds.
My Beautiful Laundrette. “I swear this really happened…”
Seen. The Tale of the White Truck. Plus, How to State the Obvious in 30 Seconds or Less.