We've got a maelstrom of indignity and justification of maltreatment happening with freedom as a scapegoat right now. Today's poem was inspired by my amazing co-workers who shared their stories of how they came to live in the United States of America. Thank you for helping me to know your experience.
You can complain about the weather when it's sunny. You can complain about the weather when it's cold. Or, you can smile because there is weather.
It was an incredibly beautiful day in Minnesota today and everyone was out in their summer wear with bright smiles and laughter.
In my high school biology class, my teacher declared that there were two types of people in the world, "lumpers" vs. "splitters" and that much of any controversy in the world of biology stems down to that issue. I think the "lumpers" vs. "splitters" battle can be found any where I look. Are things more the same? Or different?
I spent a larger part of my day in an cellular phone service store and on the phone with their customer service overseas. Global connectivity is real.
Inspired by me trying to go through a single occupancy rotating door with a co-worker at the same time. I can't stop laughing about it. He took it in stride. #wedidntquitefit
One of the most fascinating term papers I ever wrote was about the life of Socrates. Teaching through questioning is one of the most effective teaching methods as it allows the student to reason through her own arguments.
It got hot today in Minneapolis and I walked to my destination in the shade where I could, the shade can't be found everywhere.
Pitching in to plant and tend the garden is a highlight of my childhood and probably the reason I put so much effort into growing things on my hot patio each summer.
There is something about the ritual of brewing tea that allows for thoughts to process through and leave me peaceful and centered.
Creative enthusiast, gregarious naturalist, opinionated activist, RYT 200. Amy Kay Czechowicz is completing a poetry challenge for 2018 by posting an original poem daily to this blog!