While I’m finishing up the semester and getting ready to put some posts up about my cooking experiment, here’s a little something to pass the time:
Hey elementary school teachers: don’t you ever tell me that a student “can’t do much” again. Do I make myself clear?
Happy Holidays! 🙂
Oh, and happy 100th post for me! What a roller-coaster it’s been; here’s hoping for 100 more!
I was thinking that it had been a while since my last video post, so I threw one together for you guys. Enjoy!
Another video blog for your enjoyment:
Hey all! So I know I haven’t blogged lately, mostly due to the business that this last few weeks has caused, and I’ll try to give you an update on things as the semester comes nearer to an end, but I thought that you might appreciate a little teaser while you wait. I found this thanks to Darren Rowse‘s TwiTip (follow Darren on Twitter at @ProBlogger), and thought it was definitely worth watching!
As I’ve gotten more into the world of Twitter and micro-blogging lately, I’ve realized how much Twitter can really do for you (think networking, professional development, etc.). I never, though, thought I would be able to do this using Twitter:
I saw this somewhere on Facebook and was completely and utterly struck by it, so felt I needed to share it with all of you. Keith Olbermann makes a emotional, thought-provoking, and all-in-all fantastic case for the cause of gay marriage, and for the rights he and I feel every person deserves, democrat or republican, Christian or Jewish, black or white, gay or straight. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, and please don’t take this as my trying to impose mine on you, but I would implore upon anyone, whether you support “Prop 8” or not, to listen to Olbermann’s comments. They sum it up perfectly.