The COVID-19 pandemic is this generation's JFK assassination or 9/11. Our children will look back on these days and always remember where they were when this global crisis hit. At home. Like the rest of us. The coronavirus quarantine is also a fantastic social experiment. I've enjoyed watching how the different personalities react in times of crisis. I'm continually moved by those on the ... » Learn More about COVID’s Social Experiment
Hi, I’m Stephanie!
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Hiya! I’m Steph, English teacher by trade, smack-talker by nature, and mother of three who lives by the mantra: life is too short, LAUGH! I hope you’ll stick around and check out my musings!
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Well. That took a turn. Before my otherwise sunny disposition was replaced with panic and claustrophobia, we sailed through our first quarantined weekend, sprinkling kindness by writing chalk messages on neighbors' driveways and sidewalks. It was a lovely little project...until it rained. With ... » Learn More about Bunker Reports: Day 9. I Think.
I believe it was Mister Rogers' mother who advised we should look for the helpers in the midst of tough times. With current, devastating hits to the economy, education, small businesses, and our sewage systems (stop flushing your Clorox wipes, dummies), I certainly consider these times ... » Learn More about So You’re Moving to Distance Learning, Eh? I’d Love to Help!
Bunker Reports: Day 1 of COVID-19 Quarantine On Friday, March 13th (I see you, Universe), we learned schools would close across the state of Pennsylvania for the next two weeks as to control the spread of COVID-19. This means all three children and #HusbandWTF will be roaming around here as I ... » Learn More about Bunker Reports: Day 1 is in the Books!
I'd like to please share my most recent existential (possibly PMS-related) crisis with you. Recently, I had a thought I'm willing to bet most mothers have had: all I do is nag. If it weren't for us, who would say: finish your homework make good choices eat your vegetables use the hamper ... » Learn More about Sergeant Stephanie Reporting for Duty…with a Smile