Teaching is never easy. It requires time, patience, technique, and a lot of caring. Then there’s also preparation, marking, parental feedback, and dealing with issues that arise. Teaching with a mask is that much harder. Aside from the discomfort of wearing a mask and the challenge of projecting
This past spring, our son baseball team made it to the championship. The final game was played in Boulder Stadium, a ten-minute drive from our home
I’m considering writing a #1 New York Times Bestselling book. My hesitation is because of my extreme humility I’m not sure I want to publish such a
Are We Here Yet?
Last Shabbat, we headed up to the mountains to participate in a wonderful Shabbaton with the ninth and tenth grades of Heichal HaTorah. The car was
It’s been noted that parents who only have one child don’t have the complete parenting experience. That’s because when something is broken, they
This week, our family is celebrating the graduation of our oldest child, Shalom, from High School. The child who transformed us from a couple into a
I Know It’s Late…
I know people are busy so I’m going to try to keep this short.
The month of June is a wonderful time of year. By now the flowers and leaves are in