HP5 & Transformers
Reflections: Sifting Realities Well, last Friday, I was all excited because I was gonna go see Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.Initially, I wasn't planning to see it. I had checked, the night before, on Fomdi for any captioned showtimes of the movie and found nothing. However, a friend told me that there was one in Potomac Mills.So, I thought, yes! So, KT & I had set up a plan to go [...]
Mon, Jul 16 2007
New MSSD Principal
Reflections: Sifting Realities I'd like to extend a hearty congratulation to Daniel Dukes! Daniel Dukes has been selected as the new MSSD principal.I'm sure that Daniel is excited about his new position and is eager to begin as principal. I believe he'll begin when Myra Yanke steps down at the end of the school semester.His wife, Beth, was a classmate of mine while we were graduate students in [...]
Wed, May 23 2007
Reflections: Sifting Realities I really cannot believe that this weekend is Memorial Weekend. I've been so busy with the semester closing and doing grades for my students. So, I thought I had another 2 weeks before Memmy Day. Not! It's this weekend! Man, it's gonna be June soon. Just...wow! Well, last weekend, I went to the CDI (Certified Deaf Interpreter) workshops by Steve Walker and Jason [...]
Tue, May 22 2007
Reflections: Sifting Realities I got an email from Contemporary Museum that they are featuring the Joseph Grigely: St. Cecilia exhibition. Grigely is a deaf artist. Below is the information provided by the Contemporary Museum:Calendar Listing Joseph Grigely: St. CeciliaMay 6, 2007 - August 19, 2007 Contemporary Museum 100 West Centre Street Baltimore, Maryland Premiering at the Contemporary [...]
Wed, May 16 2007
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