Cold Hands, Warm Heart

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Nome, Alaska, United States
After getting burned out teaching high school in a tiny Alaskan town, I have moved on to being a child advocate in a small Alaskan town. The struggles are similar, but now I can buy milk at the store.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The other side.

Devoted fans, I'm sorry that I haven't written lately, but I've been trying to get this list together. I know my last post was a list of things I was glad to have here in Washington, and now it's time to write the list of things I miss about Alaska while I'm here.

-Knowing every kid that I see in the store.

-Being able to do all my shopping through catalogs.

-Getting from one end of town to the other in less than 10 minutes.

-Not buying gasoline.

-Being able to walk to my friends' houses whenever I want.

-Wireless internet.

-My own bed.

Well, the countdown to heading for home is something like 19 days. Soon you will one again have regular posts.