a poem by Max Garland Say there came a pandemic; some newsdrunk virus set its hooks in us. And only the sky for a nurse, arced and empty and barely even blue. And only the musical pulse, and the several senses for consolation, except for a stream of distant words like waves bearing the rush, … Read more Social Distancing
The COVID-19 pandemic has entirely altered the way that every one of us perceives life in just a few mere moments. Funny how tragedy can do that. However, in the wake of every disaster rise heroes in our communities, doing amazing things that remind all of the power of humanity to overcome even the most … Read more COVID-19 and Beyond – Riders on the Storm
I have spoken with people working at insurance companies (State Farm, Farmer’s, Horace Mann), local bank/credit unions (IECU, US Bank, Marine) and State employees. It seems we all are working are tails off during this pandemic. And, one of the things that we all have in common is kids. At the end of all this, … Read more Let’s trust our professionals
Approximately 50 percent of the world’s 7,784,456,081 humans are female. The Illinois Education Association, is composed of at least 72 percent women, 20 percent men and 8 percent non reporting. Seven out of our last ten SEA presidents have been women. And over 70 nations have had women lead their nations (Chandrika Kumartunga, Indira Gandhi, … Read more Wonder Women March, Official Women’s History Month
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