Loyal To A Fault

What I learned about lying in Kindergarten

I learned a lot in kindergarten. Photo: By Erwin Schneider, Wikimedia Commons

Anthony held the distinction of being the person most likely to be banished to the time out zone which, in Miss Humphrey’s afternoon kindergarten class, was just a corner in the darkest part of her otherwise lively and colorful space.

It seemed that he was perennially in this Kinder-Siberia, looking defiant, with gray Sen-Sen stains on…

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Former journalist, former press secretary to a public official, now teacher of high school journalism and English, devoted wife, and mom of a true gentleman.

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Doreen Picozzi

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Former journalist, former press secretary to a public official, now teacher of high school journalism and English, devoted wife, and mom of a true gentleman.

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