Well, my meager group of followers, I'm back. February has been quite the month of transition for me. How appropriate that it should happen as Winter will be tranforming into Spring.
I have since moved, joined the local Rotary Club, started a fresh journey and given up many many material possessions, as well as, ended a very significant relationship.
With all that being said, I am trying to focus more on doing for the community and giving back. I do it with my job everyday, but I want to do it after work too. We all should. It is good for everyone.
I am stealing some ideas from the latest newletter from Rotary on ideas on how we can all try to contribute to Literacy this month. If you can't do any of the following or they don't seem appealing to you, at least read to someone or encourage someone to read. Or just buy a book for someone. Reading is power, freedom and independence. And to all you ladies, we should be thankful to our foremothers for risking much and sometimes everything so that we would have the right to read and writer and be educated.
Visit the Literacy Resource Group
page on the Rotary International website, and contact
your coordinator for guidance.
Read the group’s monthly newsletters
• Visit the ProjectLINK database
to learn about Rotary club and
district literacy projects that are
• Consult the publication Every
School A Star: A Literacy Tool Kit
for ideas on how to establish a
school-based literacy project in
• Consider partnering with the
International Reading Association
or the Dollywood Foundation’s
Imagination Library, which have
formal relationships with RI.
• Read the International Reading
Association fact sheet.
• Learn about the International
Reading Association’s annual
convention in Chicago, 25-28
• Read the Imagination Library fact