About

Hi.  I’m Suzanne and I am, in no particular order, a mom, wife, daughter, sister, friend, teacher, reader, tech geek and social science nerd.

I teach High School Social Studies in a small school district in Southeastern Ohio. Born and raised in these Appalachian foothills, surrounded by incomparable natural beauty and sometimes staggering economic poverty, I’m trying to connect with the outside world to find resources and ideas that will help me be the teacher my students need.

I’m opinionated, but I try to be polite.

I have many interests, but I truly believe that it is better to be interested than interesting.

I have a husband, a son (“Little Man”), two dogs, a cat, and I feed the birds.

4 responses to “About

  1. Lyn

    HI Suzanne, I really like the links you made to your local environment. That was a great idea. I’d like to copy your idea but I don’t know how.
    I’m very new to blogging. This is my first time. I’m really enjoying this challenge and learning lots…but there is so much more to learn.

  2. Great intro. Your blog has a lush vibe. I’m guessing you have a thing for green? It’s OK if you do, I have a thing for magenta.

    I like this, “I’m opinionated, but I try to be polite.” It means that when you complimented my blog you really meant it. Thank you!

    • Hi Amy. Even though I don’t usually consciously choose green, it often ends up that way. I don’t feel like I have any special graphic design skills, but I seem to be really impacted by people’s choices of layout and color – and that’s why I liked your blog immediately. Trust me, I really meant it!

      Thanks for stopping by here!

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