Category Archives: Coyote Bliss

Good Old Staunch Publications One Can Mostly Trust

My first step in my Personal News Literacy Project is to compose a list of established newspapers that have been around for over 20 years and have won some awards (i.e. a Pulitzer or two). I think the age criteria is … Continue reading

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My Personal News Literacy Project, Part 1

I’ve come to the realization that if I want to speak intelligently about the hot button topics that I feel strongly about, I need to step it up. Coming from a highly politically opinionated family, I set high standards for myself … Continue reading

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Smashing Guitar Block

Since my college days I’ve wanted to add electric guitar to my music projects. I feel I would be able to express what I want to share with the world best with the colors offered by both instruments: harp and guitar. … Continue reading

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Paradise

I am grateful and blessed to accompany my husband on a conference to Hawaii. I get to relax, ponder, pontificate, putz and bum around to my heart’s content for a whole 10 days with no children. It is awesome. I’ve been … Continue reading

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Are You a Winner?

For the past year I have regularly attending classes at a nice gym. I really enjoy it; I’ve never  worked out regularly before joining and now I wonder why I waited so long. I thought it would be so much … Continue reading

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Is it Worth it to Follow the Elementary School Holy Grail?

Parents, please weigh in. Is it worth a long drive to give your kid the elementary school education that you dream of for him? Right now, my son attends our neighborhood school. We live in the best school district in … Continue reading

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How Does Your Garden Grow?

I’ve often wondered at people who have a green thumb. There is a certain calm patience, resilience and certainty about every person who I’ve known to be a good gardener. I think the gardening either is a good teacher or … Continue reading

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