Category Archives: Adapting to Hard Times

Another Odd May Day

Okay – it was one more May Day with the usual foolishness. It was International Workers Day, and Ed Kilgore explained here how we don’t participate – we moved that sort of thing to the end of summer, our Labor … Continue reading

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Change or Die

Sometimes you just do things. There’s no point in being stuck where you are. You take a leap. You’re a recently divorced English teacher at a relatively obscure private school in Rochester, New York, facing yet another year of plowing … Continue reading

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