All posts tagged "Sherye Green"

  • THE MIDDLE AGES — Energized by excellence

    By Sherye S. Green   Energized by excellence   While growing up, I took 12 years of piano lessons from a fabulous teacher, Mrs. Sandra Polanski. Blessed to have been under her tutelage, I realize I never...

    • Posted March 1, 2019
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  • THE MIDDLE AGES—My Prayer for America

    By Sherye S. Green   My Prayer for America   The United States of America celebrates her 242nd birthday on July 4th. What a milestone! What a legacy our Founding Fathers prepared for us through the writing...

    • Posted July 2, 2018
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  • MIDDLE AGES—A Stone’s Throw from Grace

    By Sherye S. Green   A Stone’s Throw from Grace   Idioms of speech form an interesting category within the English language. Derived from the Greek term idios meaning “personal,” idioms are unique expressions of speech used...

    • Posted April 1, 2018
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  • THE MIDDLE AGES—Busier Isn’t Always Better

    By SHERYE S. GREEN   Busier Isn’t Always Better   These last few weeks since the school year began are among some of the most arduous for teachers like myself. Seemingly overnight, the lazy routine of summer...

    • Posted September 1, 2017
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  • THE MIDDLE AGES—God’s Never-Empty Nest

    By Sherye S. Green   God’s Never-Empty Nest   Perhaps those years of rearing your children, which earlier seemed like they’d never end, have somehow flittered away like leaves scattered by the wind. You’ve looked up and...

    • Posted May 1, 2017
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