Category: Rachel Skirvin

Are You Happy?

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on July 15th

  21A, window seat was where I was while aboard my flight home from visiting friends. I was sitting behind a family with two small children. My initial thought was that it was going to be a loud journey. Being a teacher, I was okay with it- used to it even. However, before we ascended,… View Article

The Necessary No

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on April 8th

Have you ever had your heart set on something in such a way that you thought hearing “No,” would absolutely devastate you? Working with children, though rewarding, can warrant the use of the word “No” more often than not. “Can I touch the hot stove?” “May I eat cookies for dinner?” May I hit my… View Article

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