Parent, Heal Thyself

by Linda Szugyi My experience with education is a love/hate relationship.  In elementary school, I loved getting 'A's, reading books, and writing poetry.  (I wanted to be a poet when I grew up.)  I remember adoring the standardized test at the end of the year.  It was so exciting:  the solemnity, the necessity of filling the bubbles neatly, the fun … Continue reading Parent, Heal Thyself

History in a Post-American World

by Linda Szugyi So I'm finally getting around to reading a book my dad gave me awhile back. The Land That Never Was is a nonfiction account of a self-aggrandizing Scot who, in the 1820s, swindled large numbers of people out of large amounts of money by inventing an imaginary Central American nation and appointing himself ruler of it. … Continue reading History in a Post-American World