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SECOND THOUGHTS ON RETIREMENT

by Marc Cullison   [mcullison.com] Since my leave of absence from blogging, I have been working furiously to get a grasp on what retrement really is. I’ve yet to savor the full taste of it. I had envisioned a life … Continue reading

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THE ENIGMA OF RETIREMENT

by Marc Cullison    [mcullison.com} It’s official.  I have retired from my job as instructor at Connors State College.  You will notice that I did not state that I was just “retired”.  After thirteen years of trying to outwit young … Continue reading

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THE GRAND-CAT

by Marc Cullison   [mcullison.com] During my daughter’s tour of duty grading AP exams in Salt Lake City a few weeks ago, my wife and I agreed to take in her cat, Cooper.  We have had pets, dogs and cats, … Continue reading

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MEMORIAL DAY

by Marc Cullison      [mcullison.com} It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything, here.  I’ve been busy trying to get my life in order.  A number of changes are coming and I wanted to be prepared. The main thing of … Continue reading

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ONE OF THOSE DAYS

by Marc Cullison    [mcullison.com] Have you ever had one of those pissy-assed days?  I just had one.  It’s one of those that starts wrong, everything to do is wrong, and it just feels wrong. We’re running low on firewood. … Continue reading

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CHRISTMAS SHOPPING

by Marc Cullison   [mcullison.com] We had finished our Christmas shopping for the year!  Well, I say we, but actually, my wife did most of it.  She seems to have a knack for selecting the right gift for people, including … Continue reading

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THE CHANGING FACE OF LEARING

by Marc Cullison    [mcullison.com] When I was in junior high and high school, education was important. It was important to my parents, my friends, and me. That was the unspoken fundamental drive of my family. Education. That’s what my … Continue reading

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