Blogging is inherently a learning experience. I’m learning how to blog by blogging–just like I suppose I learned to walk, to ride a bike, to ski, and to cook. I’m trying things out and watching what happens. For example, I’m curious as to why my About entry ended up on both the Home page and the About page, but my first post In the Garden appeared only on my In the Garden page. Small steps, I suppose. I hope that I don’t skin my knees too often or break a binding.
Published by Katherine Saxby
A veteran English and French teacher, an optimistic but negligent gardener, and an adventurous vegetarian cook, Katherine is always looking for ways to improve her lesson plans, her accent, her pie crust, and everything else (including her waistline). Even though her younger, thinner self thought that she would have most of the answers by the time she reached her fifties, Katherine still responds to queries and challenging situations with “Let's think about that” or “I don't know; let's find out”. She employs these phrases in her classroom and in the 107 year old house she shares with two cats and the patient, creative architect who is her husband. View all posts by Katherine Saxby