David Copperfield and the Common Core

A new blogging friend, Sharechair, blogged about a great Amazon offer of free audible books.  I rushed to Amazon and downloaded about ten of them.  The first one I listened to was David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, narrated by Simon Vance. Vance transports you to 1850s England in a time before cell phones, cars, planes, or … Continue reading “David Copperfield and the Common Core”

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Reviewing Books – The Picture of Dorian Gray

Thanks to ShareChair I ordered several classic books along with their audio books for free from Amazon.  You really do need to check out her blog.  It’s all technology, and incredibly organized, every article practical or thought-provoking. Back to books, I just finished my third book from this classic find, and I thought that the … Continue reading “Reviewing Books – The Picture of Dorian Gray”

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Sunrise in the South San Joaquin Valley

As I listen to my new audio books, I can hardly think to write.  My first listen is David Copperfield.  To think I missed this when I was in high school, or even college.  The result is that I am going to share with you the beautiful sunrise pictures my husband took a few weeks … Continue reading “Sunrise in the South San Joaquin Valley”

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Blog and Retirement Management

Books are in place.  I’m open for business.“What business?” you wonder, then you advise.  “Well, Marsha, now that you are retired and blogging you ought to blog about things that are everyday here, and other people have probably never seen.”  Great idea – I wrote the first article like that about picking table grapes  – as … Continue reading “Blog and Retirement Management”

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