Good morning from Greenwood, Maine where I’m relaxing for the weekend before heading out on a ten day trip to conferences in Indiana, Iowa, and Ohio. This week I had the privilege to visit Carondelet High School in Concord, California. I took a detour on my way back to the airport and glimpsed the Golden Gate Bridge, but did not get a good picture so the picture you see to the left is from Pixabay.
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