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Nancy Cavillones
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The Path, Pursued.
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Escape from Here.
Books have always been my escape. As a hearing impaired child, and now as a hearing impaired adults, books are the one place where I'm never out of the loop. Everyday conversation is tiring because I expend so much energy just listening and processing every...

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{Review}: Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights by Salman Rushdie
I have so many thoughts about this book, it's hard to know where to begin. First, I have to confess that though I knew of Salman Rushdie, thanks to his notoriety, this is the first book of his I've actually read. And now, I'm wondering what I've been missin...

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{Review}: Everyday Detox by Megan Gilmore
 Last month, my sister and I did this cleanse by a doctor that shall not be named. The cleanse itself wasn't so terrible-- a shake hree times a day, plus two light meals, which is about all I have time for anyway these days. But the shake was pretty gross, ...

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I helped develop the ELA section of this  website over the past year and I think it can be a great resource for teachers. The website was created by a high school science teacher, and was built with a lot of feedback from other teachers currently active in the classroom.  The site is continually evolving over time in response to feedback and usage, so I encourage to try it out!  Follow me, and I'll follow you! 

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Review: Living With Intent by Mallika Chopra
So, that  last post  was really supposed to be a book review. When I started writing, I realized that before I could write the review, I needed to give some background and then it morphed into a post in and of itself. I'm here, parenting alone with the kids...

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Nancy Cavillones commented on a post on Blogger.
What a great experience, even if you'll never do it again! I grew up in Albany but the closest I got to spelunking was Howe Cavern. :) 
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