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Day 249 Droppin’ Bennies

    Happy Thanksgiving party people! Sure, you can spend 20 minutes reading this but then please log out and tune in to whatever corona tainted holiday experience you have created.   The unknowns are killing us. OK, maybe that’s a little dramatic but 8 months of not knowing is [...]

By | November 26th, 2020|0 Comments

Day 239: Democracy Works

Dear 70 million Americans,   Sorry for your loss, I know losing is tough especially when we all need a win to get us out of this Coronafunk but when I started writing this last week, I was feeling the need for unity, trying to reach out to get the [...]

By | November 16th, 2020|0 Comments

Day 230: Truth and Science win!

Did you feel it? For me it was Wednesday afternoon after I had just put away the VOTE sign driving it from the diRosa to Creekside, scanning for the 5-0 and wondering if travelling down Highway 37 at 60 mph with four 10-foot wooden letters strapped to the top of [...]

By | November 7th, 2020|0 Comments

Day 221 IXL UXL

Why wreck shop?   The third bombing was the worst. As if this job isn’t tough enough, I had some outsider use our school counselor’s name to join my Thursday Geometry Zoom class. The counselor coming into class is not an unusual thing as she enters and puts in the [...]

By | October 29th, 2020|0 Comments

Day 213 VOTE

You get it.   The key is knowing your authentic self. This is priority one when voting, knowing how you will spend your 81.5 years on this little green ball. What are your priorities from the time you get up optimistic and fresh in the morning to when you lay [...]

By | October 21st, 2020|0 Comments

Day 204 The Umbrella

  Brecklin or The Fly   A lifetime ago (2009) I got to “interview” Bruce Willis during the Sonoma International Film Festival. I envisioned a 1:1 sit down at Ramekins and prepared a series of deep questions about a variety of deep topics. Fortunately, I knew that the power of [...]

By | October 12th, 2020|0 Comments

Day 192 Civility

You wake up with that minor sore throat, the one you don’t worry about as it usually burns itself off after a cup of strong coffee. Could it be COVID? Naw, probably just the smoke, you check the air quality, 356 this morning, very hazardous.   Classes are cancelled so [...]

By | October 1st, 2020|0 Comments

Day 187 Gratitude

It’s recommendation season and you should sit down right now, carve out 30 minutes from your busy day of deflecting fake news and worrying about well, everything, and write one.   “But why Walt? I don’t work with any student applying for colleges.” You may ask.   Well, two reasons, [...]

By | September 25th, 2020|0 Comments

Day 177 Anxiety

Are you feeling it every day? Of course, you are, no matter how old or how rich or how devoted or how strong, you are anxious, I am anxious, we are all anxious.   This came in my inbox yesterday from Delaney Rustin MD, the creator of Screenagers, “Focusing on [...]

By | September 15th, 2020|0 Comments

Day 165 We the people

We the people of the United States,   All the people, all the colors, all the genders, all the political ideations.    in order to form a more perfect Union,   I’m a little pissed that I have to teach to an empty classroom, that my students are sitting behind [...]

By | September 3rd, 2020|1 Comment