About Grandawn’s Blog

As we get older, we go through many changes in mind, body, family, and life in general. Sometimes it helps to know that others are dealing with the same kinds of things. Read what I’m going through as I age (the way I see it, anyway), my memories, and my thoughts — and share your thoughts, too. Hopefully, we can laugh (or cry) together.

Sometimes I seem to see things a little differently than other people. After all, I’m becoming more eccentric. At least that’s what I tell people. Mainly, I just like to try to be creative. That’s the same thing, isn’t it?  I hope you enjoy.

And, of course, my years of teaching have instilled the habit of always looking for the “take away”: What will my students “take away” from their time in each class with me.  I try to do that here, too.  I try to give a “take away” – something that, hopefully, makes it worthwhile for you to have spent some time with me.

I love getting comments, so please use the comments section for your thoughts or questions. But if you have a comment or question that you need to deliver in private, you may contact me through email: behrensdawn@yahoo.com.

7 Responses to About Grandawn’s Blog

  1. Susan Koopman says:

    P.S. And I’m really glad you put ‘semi’ in front of the gracefully — otherwise I would have been intimidated!! =)

  2. Susan Koopman says:

    Hi Grandawn! It was so GREAT to meet you (finally) and I can’t wait to see you again. You are an amazing woman, as is JoAnn, and I feel fortunate to count you both as my friends.

    • grandawn says:

      Hi, Susan. So great to finally meet you, too! I’m sure we will have other opportunities to get together, and I really look forward to that. Thank you for being such a good friend to JoAnn! Somebody has to keep her in line since I live in a different city. HeeHeeHee
      Thanks for visiting my blog!

  3. PanicMonster says:

    enjoying your blog. keep up the great work!!

  4. Paula says:

    Hey, Grandawn! I wanted to send you a quick note for two reasons: First ans foremost, how are you? You are daily in my prayers, and it is my hope that things are beginning to smooth out a bit for you. Remember to take extra good care of yourself. The second reason is that our sweet baby Zoë Alyson Calhoun, our long-awaited first grandchild, was born September 7, on her due date! Her mother was very orderly and began her labor on “Labor Day,” and then delivered the next morning! All went very well! We are all over the moon about this beautiful gift! Take a quick trip over to my “Photos” page on my blog. She is beautiful!

    Take care, and God bless you!

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