Education
Leah

The Perception of Tragedy Over Time

January 28, 1986 is day that most Americans will always remember. The day the Challenger exploded before an entire nation’s eyes. Like the assassination of

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Children
Leah

Looking Back at 2010

As we draw near 2011, I went back and reflected on all my photos, blog posts and memorable events from 2010. It’s certainly been an

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Children
Leah

Happy Hanukkah!

Tonight was the first night of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights. It was a great celebration — we ate latkes, lit the menorah,  played dreidel, and

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Children
Leah

Farewell Yia Yia

It’s a cold and rainy October evening. The clouds are gray and full. I’m feeling sad tonight because our beloved Yia Yia (Greek for Grandmother)

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Judaism
Leah

Sophie’s First Day of School

Today was Sophie’s first day of preschool! Sometimes I can’t believe I have a little daughter, let alone one that just started full-time preschool. Being

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Children
Leah

Bye, Bye Baby (Monitor)

Thank you so much to all of you who visited my blog. I am truly honored that you read my posts, and took the time

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Children
Leah

Beach Outing

You’d think growing up in San Diego, Bryan and I’d be regular beach bums. Not really. There always seem to be too much to do;

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Children
Leah

A Big Girl Now

This week Sophie hit a BIG milestone in her journey beyond toddler-hood. She decided once-and-for-all that she will use the potty. I never thought I’d

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Family
Leah

Aztec for Life

I am an Aztec for Life. What’s an Aztec? The Aztec Warrior is the SDSU mascot. San Diego State University is where I work and,

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