Monthly Archives: October 2009

What is really important

We are considering renting out a room in our house to a young man we know. He has been living several hours away but recently moved back, got a job and is coaching with Scott at the local high school.  … Continue reading

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Ask Daniel…

Every Wednesday, Daniel and Tracy T. meet for lunch. They usually have another child with them but this Wednesday, that child was absent. Half way through their lunch Tracy received a call from home. “Oh! That is not good!” she … Continue reading

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The email of the day.

For the last week and a half, there has been a lot of focus on Daniel and his school work. It feels to me like we are again, in the trenches. He is constantly forgetting his books, resisting reading at … Continue reading

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The other foot falls.

Last week, I met with Daniel’s teachers. Mainly it was a meeting with his reading resource teacher, Tracy T. Tracy and I go back a ways. Daniel was first in her reading resource class 3 years ago in 2nd grade. … Continue reading

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