Posts Tagged ‘grandchildren’
“Learning Is Sweet” – A Glazov Family Tradition For The New School Year!
A New School Year It’s that time of year again! A new school year. Hopefully, this year will not have the challenges of the past two years, and all the students and teachers will be Healthy and Safe! Sweet Memories The beginning of the school year always evokes copious sweet memories from my childhood, my…Read more
A Glazov Family Tradition For The New School Year = “Learning Is Sweet!”
A New School Year It’s that time of year again! A new school year. However, this year will continue to have its challenges because of the Coronavirus variant, the debate of wearing masks, and hybrid, online, or in school attendance. Sweet Memories The beginning of the school year always evokes copious sweet memories from my…Read more
Discover the Secret to Teaching Children the Sweetness of Learning!
The beginning of each school year always evokes copious memories about my childhood, my teaching career, and our sons’ educational experiences from nursery school (that is what it was called in the 1970’s before the description was changed to preschool and/or early learning childhood center) through college, and law school. Now that our grandchildren have…Read more
“Learning Is Sweet!” – A Family Tradition!
On Sunday afternoon, our family gathered on our porch for an Orange Brain Fun Celebration of the first week of school and our daughter-in-law Sheryl’s birthday. The beginning of the school year always evokes a copious memories from my childhood, my teaching career, and our sons’ experiences from nursery school (that is what it was called…Read more
Family Tradition For A Sweet First Day of School
Yesterday, my friend and neighbor, Ellen Day told me she was baking special “first day of school “cookies for her son, Jimmy. Ellen’s cookies reminded my Blue Mother Brain of my “First Day of School Glazov Boys Tradition”. The beginning of the school year evokes a copious amount of memories about my childhood, my teaching…Read more
Grandmothers Concerned About Clean Air
In February, my blog mentor Karen Hanrahan referred me to Lori Popewitz Alper founder and Editor-In-Chief of Groovy Green Livin™ . Lori was looking for grandmothers to share their hopes and dreams for their grandchildren with regard to clean air. This request resonated with me for two reasons. 1. I suffered from Asthma as a child. I know how scary it is…Read more