Category Archives: India: Woodstock School

In July of 2009, we returned to Woodstock School in Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, India.

Cold

Let’s talk about COLD: COLD is how your house feels in the morning before you turn the heat up – and how my house feels all day long. COLD is what you dress in layers for when you go outside … Continue reading

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November 16, 2009: Never Again

I think there was actually one day that I spent 14 hours in my sleeping bag trying to keep warm/sleep. Continue reading

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Quarter Break, Yeah!

There’s a lawn mower going in circles around our house.  It wears a bell and occasionally fertilizes the “lawn”.  All very organic.  What I don’t understand is why this cow is going in circles around the house.  Every so often, … Continue reading

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Ninth Grade Retreat and Bear Hill Sunday hike

Blog post three:  Bear Hill Sunday Set a new record today:  fewest photos taken on a hike.  Twelve (8 worth keeping).    This weekend was the ninth grade class retreat (789 photos) from Friday after school until Sat. after the bonfire.  About … Continue reading

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Settling In (orginally posted Aug 9)

The internet is bopping on and off, currently off, so I’m writing offline. Probably because it’s raining. I’m up at 1:25 am because I’ve just enough of a funny tummy to wake me up and keep me from falling back … Continue reading

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How frustrating is a post which disappears?

The last four posts which Cookie has written in Charitable Living have disappeared. It looks like there has been some sort of data-base corruption. One of the posts was overwritten with an advertisement from an online pharmacy, but I really … Continue reading

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