I’d like to point out that a head caked in ashes isn’t exactly fashion forward. Especially in today’s times when it’s so easy for people to judge one another’s beliefs.
Teachers don’t get into their line of work for fame or fortune. But they can mold minds. Teaching, in my opinion, is the most influential profession there is.
I have been to so many good potluck dinners at so many parishes that I can’t remember them all.
For those of you who have not had the pleasure of working with artistes, you might have a hard time interpreting the sketch of me that accompanies this post.
In our latest edition of The Walking Deadline, Leaven intern Elizabeth Hyde shares some of her funniest memories at the Leaven and compiles them into a list of proverbs to live by as an intern.
Next time you’re out and see some guy in a Leaven jacket, use your five senses to determine his identity.
Take a page from my book and talk to a stranger.
What was the world like before Google?
Our esteemed managing editor decided that The Leaven’s website was lacking a little something — a blog. So she said that we’ve had to have one.
After much sturm und drang, and some mocking, The Leaven has finally come up with a name for its blog.