Monthly Archives: May 2012

10 Postcards to Send. Want One?

Originally posted on Little London Observationist:
I have exactly 10 postcards of this fab blue door I photographed at Eleven and a Half Fournier Street. Want one? I’ll send one out to the first 10 people who help me promote…

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Women Painters of the Renaissance

Its all about the women today. How have things changed since these ladies were painted?

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Evidence of Progress

Originally posted on Making a Difference:
One of the most rewarding things about the end of the term is the abundance of evidence that I have made a difference in my school. Any time I spend in the hallways corresponds…

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1. Tbilisi Street Bouldering Festival

So excited about this, I miss climbing!

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English: A Georgian Language?

Originally posted on Making a Difference:
Over four months into my one year TLG placement in Telavi, I have noticed that although there are English speakers in this city, Georgian is the language of the majority. When I moved in…

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Georgia’s Newly Certified Teachers

Originally posted on Making a Difference:
I recently discovered another difference between the American education system and Georgia’s – the process of deciding who gets to be a teacher.  To be fair, I’m still not entirely sure what qualifications a…

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Voluptuous viognier – perfect sipping for warm summer evenings

Originally posted on thewinewanderers:
When spring starts to segue into summer, a different style of wine is called for – one with a bit of fragrance that seems to mark the change of seasons and with enough personality to work…

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