Out of Delhi

I’m heading out of New Delhi tomorrow morning for three weeks with two of my boys (Landen – 16 and Evan – 18) to points south in India (Maharashtra and Kerala). I won’t be taking a computer. There is lots to read here (nine years worth of discussion), and also don’t forget the Forum, good for newer people who may wish to ask some questions of the more experienced members of the group. I wish all in the PLC a deeply restful holiday. See you in mid-January!



7 thoughts on “Out of Delhi”

  1. What an exciting way to spend the holidays! Wishing you and your boys an amazing trip filled with excitement, wonder, and adventure.
    Happy Celebrations!

  2. Hoping that this is the best place to put these thoughts:
    I’m sending love and hugs to all of you…..and thanks for all that you share, from ideas to questions, concerns to joys, frustrations to fantastic moments.
    The TPRS/CI community is PROOF that teachers survive and thrive when working together towards the same goal: the best thing for the students.
    If you have a vacation coming up, as many do, please try to take some time for yourself, your friends (outside of this list lol) and your family.
    Make a list (short or long) of all of the blessings that came your way in 2015.
    You are all a blessing to me.
    with love,

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