About Harriet


I am many things.

I am creative, passionate, and driven.

I am a reader, a painter, a writer, and a walker.

But I am also a teacher.

I am busy.

I am tired.

I am drained.

And in light of recent education reforms in the state of New Mexico,

I am frustrated.

For the sake of my students and my sanity,

 I will write to



and revive my craft as an educator.


7 responses

  1. Good luck and hang in there! 🙂

    1. Thanks! Blogging, even for a short time, has really helped reawaken my passion for teaching. 🙂

  2. It is a joy and honor to nominate your for the Liebster Award. To accept, please click here: http://lifeinthedport.wordpress.com/2014/03/02/the-liebster-award/.

    1. Aww, shucks! I’m honored! 🙂

      1. Enjoy, it was a fun endeavor!

  3. Awesome blog! Especially the posts on instructional strategies. An Instructional Designer for most part of my career, I could quickly relate to this. Many thanks for such a wonderful post.

    Also, please accept my heartfelt thanks for stopping by Precious Awakening and for following my blog. Truly appreciate your kind gesture!

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