Tag: children

D is for the Dear Ones

Welcome to my 2020 Blogging A-Z April Challenge. Each day, I will post a brief Journal On! Daily Writers’ Workshops lesson and prompt. Teachers, parents, and students may use the material to encourage daily writing practice, spark insight, and embrace mindful reflection.    Welcome… Continue Reading “D is for the Dear Ones”

C-Carving Out Time & Claiming Place

Welcome to my 2020 Blogging A-Z April Challenge. Each day, I will post a Journal On! Daily Writers’ Workshops lesson and prompt. Teachers, parents, and students may use the material to encourage daily writing practice, spark insight, and embrace mindful reflection.   How long should… Continue Reading “C-Carving Out Time & Claiming Place”

B-Begin

Welcome to my 2020 Blogging A-Z April Challenge. Each day, I will post a Journal On! Daily Writers’ Workshops lesson and prompt. Teachers, parents, and students may use the material to encourage daily writing practice, spark insight, and embrace mindful reflection.   Let’s start from… Continue Reading “B-Begin”

An Introduction-Journal On!

Welcome to my 2020 Blogging A-Z April Challenge. Each day, I will post a Journal On! Daily Writers’ Workshops lesson and prompt. Teachers, parents, and students may use the material to encourage daily writing practice, spark insight, and develop mindful reflection.   An Introduction Journal… Continue Reading “An Introduction-Journal On!”

Journal On! Coffee Share

Good morning, Everyone. How are you holding up with social distancing and quarantining? It is a scary situation. I live on Long Island in New York, just outside the epicenter. All reposts of the number of confirmed cases and the dire healthcare impact are… Continue Reading “Journal On! Coffee Share”

Journal On! Daily Writers’ Workshop

I’m doing this, Everyone. I will be offering this online workshop to teachers, parents, and caregivers as a resource for their children during the COVID-19 crisis. Schools are closed, and it is not for just a day or two of snow play. COVID-19 has… Continue Reading “Journal On! Daily Writers’ Workshop”

Sweet William

Many Italian-American families, like mine, christened first born sons the paternal grandfather’s name. Second born sons were given the maternal grandfather’s name, and the third sons wore their father’s name. Daughters’ names similarly honored the matriarchal line. Families were littered with Vitos, Paulos, Marias,… Continue Reading “Sweet William”

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