Hello dear readers and students. Even though I no longer live in the U.S., I cannot ignore what is happening there. My heart has been breaking seeing the news of children separated from their parents at the border, but I just didn’t know what to do. So I decided to write about it. I knowContinue reading “Immigration is a HUMAN RIGHT”
Greetings everyone! Summer has arrived here in Sicily, and I needed a break from teaching and updating feedback yesterday, so we went to the beach in Marsala!
After a week of feeling all the emotions, I’m up early this Monday morning feeling thankful and motivated. Last Sunday, the kittens pictured above disappeared without a trace. There was no sign of struggle and no real explanation as to where they had gone. I had been watching the mama cat all through her pregnancy,Continue reading “Great News!”
If you know me, you know I have an uncanny ability to get lost.
First, a bit of background about this cute little town where I ended up in Western Sicily: Calatafimi Segesta, formerly known simply as Calatafimi, is a small town in western Sicily. The addition of Segesta to the name was a decision to draw attention to the nearby ancient Greek Segesta Temple. Just up the hillContinue reading “Calatafimi Segesta”
Hello dear students, If you’ve found your way to this blog, it’s because you’ve had at least one lesson with me, and I included the link in your feedback. My goal is to create a place where you can read English while getting to know me as well as organizing one place where you canContinue reading “Greetings Language Students”
It’s scary to quit a job, especially one with benefits like flying around the world for free; it’s even scarier to stay and ponder what life would be like if I hadn’t.