Motel 6 Leominster
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... greater resource or funding, who the bodies in their country might be that could help etc. This led onto to discussion about the greatest resources at our disposal and how our schools might be nice to look at and have some nice kit, but it means nothing if the right ethos and expertise doesn't operate within it's walls. It has been reassuring to me that others have the same frustrations at times as leaders, but that they also see the same great potential to ...
... from full courses to support teachers maintaining their registration to short snap shots to help parents. They are currently devising a range of 1-2 minute clips as their research shows lots of parents and professionals want a more on-demand way of accessing material, but on handheld devices, when they have a moment to spare. This is totally I keeping with the way the world is moving and the time demands that professionals are already under. I hope some of my colleagues ...
... 3. Cipro, ambian, bandaids, vitamins, immodium, pepto-bismal, something for altitude sickness. Oy. I'm a walking medicine cabinet.
4. Thumb drive 1 and 2, with hard copies of everything. Ugh. In my next life I'll choose not to be so careful.
5. Everything set in Boston. Paper cancelled. (Yes, I still love my Globe and cup of Java), frig is cleaned out, bills are paid. Heather and Erica, enjoy!
6. Ride ...
... St. Mall. Here there is a street blocked off for about 4 blocks where you can watch street performers do everything from mime to playing the violin to juggling torches on fire. We walked around the shops, had lunch and tasted beer at another brew pub until it was time to head to the airport. I put the wrong address into the GPS and we realized when she took us into the center of Denver ...
... to a nicely cleaned sidewalk and 30 steps down the sidewalk stops and there is a wall of 4 inches of snow. Or when I get to a more residential area, with houses instead of buildings, to have every other residence shoveled leaving me to either climb that 4 inch wall of snow and trudge through it, or walk in the street until there is an opening.
Aside from the lack of preparation and removal, the way the snow comes and go naturally here is ...