Isaiah Shaver* was what we called a two-for. Teachers would take on two kids to get a two-for off their roster. Shaver’s reputation was so bad, teachers would have taken three or four students to keep him out of their classroom. I was a first-year teacher and didn’t know about this unofficia…

Those of you who have read my column for a while know that one of my recurring themes is my loathing of rogue shopping carts left in parking l…

“I Love It When” started as a simple craft activity. It has turned in to one of my favorite Valentine’s Day traditions. This is a simple proje…

Homes perch on rock piers in a forgotten land called Abandonment, but as that old Elton John song goes, they’re still standing. Now modern hom…

I’m not a big eater these days. Don’t get me wrong. I love food. Love eating. But I am not near the consumption machine I used to me.

Friends2Follow