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Yesterday, was a busy, hectic, yet productive day. I checked Mimi’s post and found this; a gentle reminder “to slow down, [I] move too fast” to paraphrase Paul Simon. Take care and have a wonderful day. Feel groovy.

Waiting for the Karma Truck

I hesitated posting this because I know of no one who hasn’t read this before.  And yet it’s so perfectly accurate, that to ignore the message is to deny the peculiar juxtapositions in our lives today.  It is no less astonishing when one pauses to consider that we have constructed this catch-22.

Perhaps we would be well-served to step away from our lives every once in a while and define our perception of success.  Certainly for me, my kids have always been at the top of the list.  There have also been times when my well-being was at the very bottom, while I rode the wave of wanting more – more money, more responsibility, more stuff, more of everything that would furnish my life with the accoutrements of success.  I have never surfed in my life, but I was really quite good at riding that wave to the shore, and…

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About ivonprefontaine

I completed a PhD at Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. Previously, I taught for 20 years and taught for 15 years in a wonderful hybrid school. My dissertation topic and research were how certain teachers experience becoming who teachers. In teaching and leanring, I am a boundary-crosser who understands moving ahead is a leap of faith. Teaching is a calling and vocation to express who I am as a person. Currently, I am waiting and listening to what calls me next. I am an educator, phenomenologist, scholar, boundary-crosser, published poet, author, parent, grandparent, and spouse.

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  1. I love it!

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  2. sboychuk67@gmail.com

    Thank you Ivon, This came at a perfect time. 🙂
    Have a happy Thursday!

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  3. I am glad you published it again.I hear my neighbors say the school holidays are too long for working parents.So children are not valued nor can they roam abouit and have fin like we did..And adults have no time for reverie and reflection,.We are constantl advise about how to prevent cancer etc which means some live in dread.
    Who or what can we trust now when God seems to have disappeared?

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  4. I’ve actually never seen this before! So there are some of us out there. I love it. Very true. How do we fix this? I came across your blog from Slyver Blaque’s site. I’m an educator too, so I am finding it very relevant. Now following.

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