76 trombones in the big parade (by scg)

Have you ever wanted to keep a diary but didn't know how....... Yup, me too.

Jul 29
Lobster cob salad. Mmmmmm

Lobster cob salad. Mmmmmm


Cape Cod!

Cape Cod!


Jul 15

Jun 13
A lone shoe in the rain. #nyc

A lone shoe in the rain. #nyc


May 26
Dreading answering all my emails. Can we pretend it’s yesterday?

Dreading answering all my emails. Can we pretend it’s yesterday?


May 23
Deer spotted in the Hudson Valley over Mother’s Day weekend. My reaction = “so cute!” Mom’s reaction = “I hate them” 

They eat all her flowers. Blueberries are impossible because of the deer. 
#citymouse vs. #countrymouse

Deer spotted in the Hudson Valley over Mother’s Day weekend. My reaction = “so cute!” Mom’s reaction = “I hate them”

They eat all her flowers. Blueberries are impossible because of the deer.
#citymouse vs. #countrymouse


May 22

NEW JOB!!!!!!!!!!!

Just got offered a position at the NYC DOHMH.  I’m not telling Facebook until it’s official but tumblr knows how to keep my secrets… maybe?


May 20

File away as this might be interesting…..

http://pasesetter.org/conference/index.html

2014 PASE@PACE Conference

save the date

Continuing our wonderful partnership with Pace University’s School of Education, on Tuesday, July 29, 2014, we will host the2014 PASE@PACE Conference. This city-wide conference will explore three of the key aspects of the irreplaceable work you all do during Afterschool: Leadership, Program, and Impact.

Register Today!

Why attend the 2014 PASE Conference?

    • It’s the only conference of its kind in New York City, being inclusive of all staff levels and accessible to organizations with budgets of all sizes.
    • Dozens of workshops offered that are consistent with the engaging and informative professional development that you have come to expect from PASE.

    • Numerous networking opportunities to meet and build relationships with colleagues from across the region.
  • Panel discussions featuring leading practitioners from the afterschool field, sharing their expertise on practice, research, and trends.

Registration is now open.

The fee to participate is $75 person. For agencies sending three or more participants, the fee is $60 per person.

For information about small agency scholarships or scholarship funding via the Educational Incentive Program (EIP), visit our conference registration page.

If you need to cancel your registration, full refunds are available up to two weeks prior to the event (July 15, 2014). After this date, a 10% processing fee will be incurred.

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May 17
Hudson River run in the sun!

Hudson River run in the sun!


May 8
“In every society where there is an urge to censor, there is always already in place some rawness, some grievance, a fear of the outside world, a hunger for images that are comforting and comfortable, images that cover the national or social or religious wound, or attempt to heal it. And there is a deep and often visceral resistance to images that expose the wound or throw salt on it. This is what makes the battle against censorship in religious societies or developing societies so difficult to manage.” Colm Tóibín on Irish literature and the censor in each of us: http://nyr.kr/1lYCbnt (via newyorker)

Speak up!

(via newyorker)


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