So after testing negative for the coronavirus I needed to do one more thing. I needed to get an antibodies test. I initially thought that when I went to New Rochelle to get tested, that I would also get an … Continue reading Antibodies Testing
Sick, tight, dope, hot and fly were synonyms of the word, fresh. It was a word mostly used to describe your clothing, looks and attitude. This week’s photo challenge asks us to share a photo that expresses the word fresh. The … Continue reading Fresh
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 7,100 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway … Continue reading 2014 in review
It’s been a long while since I’ve posted anything lately. For my first post out of hibernation, I wish to share my friend’s GoFundMe.com post. My best friend who passed away two years ago had a sister, who in turn had … Continue reading Helping Logan… A GoFundMe Post
A couple of years ago, I posted a picture of my friend’s boat for weekly photo challenge titled free spirit. I shot the exterior of the boat while back on land as I watched him return to the ship. For … Continue reading Inside “The Love”
In light of the recent controversy going on with this bridge – just Google “governor Chris Christie and George Washington Bridge” and you’ll get the full scoop that’s gripping the political world in the US right now – I decided … Continue reading George Washington Bridge Memories
Wishing all a Happy New Year and many thanks for the comments, likes and followers I’ve gained on CyanSkies.com. This little blog started as a personal journey into the world of blogging and photography. Now it’s blossomed into something I’m … Continue reading 2013 in review – thank you!
In the end, what’s created is not simply a class filled with books, pencils, chairs and desks. What we ultimately create in the classroom is a community of learners… Every year as students file in to classrooms all over the … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Community
Rolling Stone magazine rolled out a cover for their August 2013 issue that’s been quite controversial over the past week and a half. The cover has been met with outrage and disappointment with Rolling Stone’s insensitive decision to blatantly showcase … Continue reading Why Rolling Stone Magazine Should’ve Gone With Any of These Covers
So my daughter comes up to me, asking for help with her summer homework packet shortly after school ended. For those of you who don’t know (or don’t have any children or nieces/nephews), at the end of the school year, … Continue reading Why I Threw Away That Summer Homework Packet!