By: Prianca Naik Twenty years ago, we begged my grandmother to live with us in our home in Western New York. She was adamant about returning to her two bedroom flat in Pune, India. There she had a couple of live in maids and neighbors one wall over. Here, in the United States, the houses … Continue reading You are Not Alone
By: Prianca Naik I looked up from my computer at a nursing home where I was seeing patients and noticed in my periphery the darkened silhouette of a male nurse whose head was tilted down thirty degrees or so to type into his phone without looking up for several minutes. The days of people making … Continue reading Get off your phone!
By: Adam Sutton Principal Smith bellowed, “This year we are going to be incredibly efficient with our time. We want to make sure we are focused on the School Progress Plan, and we don’t want to be wasting time. Make sure your lessons last from bell-to-bell and are aligned to your curriculums.” “I wanted to … Continue reading Fly on the Wall: Mr. Rivers
By: Opa Our keeper wants us to bare our souls and confess to the wants and whys of our writing. I like the thought process that your mind takes when you try to tell a story and where that process starts and where it ends is amazing. So, with that being said, on with the … Continue reading What Was and What Is