Welcome to MOATET

Friends, old and new:

Thanks for reading as I move on from Maryland, for a 3-12 month hiatus with my husband, Ken!  I’ve decided to scratch earlier posts since they are no longer relevant.

MOATET is a convenient acronym for “Musings of a Traveling English Teacher.”  I am embarrassed to say I can’t remember where the end quote belongs (although it usually falls the end of the entire sentence.)  Because I am referring to a specific title, the quote might actually go before the period? Comments are welcome.

And, please forgive me for any future grammar inconsistencies. After all, musings should  be grounded in some sort of structure lest they drift away. 


P.S. I am never quite sure which ads will pop up on pages. Some are horrifying, but click on them when they strike your fancy! Apparently, my blog gets more traffic that way. Thanks.

About beckyjorndecker

Just turned 59, loving life with an amazing husband, kids, and grandchildren. Breaking camp and heading west. Hoping to find some adventures!
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