Author Archive - tracey

“Eat Ham!” -Tom the Turkey

November 20, 2007
It is strange to walk down the halls of Gehring and hear… nothing. We’ve become so accustomed to living with 65 adolescents and all the energy that comes with it. In fact, when we have…Read More

Grip it and Rip it!

November 13, 2007
I’m having a hard time picking just a few highlights from the week. One was certainly the manure moving project that occurred Friday afternoon. Manure is good fertilizer for pastures and gardens and we have…Read More

Donde vive el cerdo?

November 6, 2007
A highlight of the week for me was the opportunity to mix Spanish and Farm and Forest. Ms Woodley brought 3 of her Spanish classes down to the farm for a tour. They’re learning vocabulary…Read More

Horses & Babies & Students

October 30, 2007
Something happened down at the farm the other day that got me thinking about how I train my horses, how we’re raising our child, and how I work with Gould students. You may be thinking,…Read More

Why Gould?

October 23, 2007
Aaah, the weather! Fall is such a great time of year in this state. The past few days have been bright and colorful. Nothing could be better. Why Gould? Gould is in the process of…Read More

Vivid Imagination?

October 16, 2007
I know reading a Glog without pictures isn’t as much fun, but I’m not able to upload images. So, read on, and use your imagination. Actually for this entry your imagination may be better than…Read More

G-LOG * G-Logging * Gould Logging

September 25, 2007
You may think it’s Tuesday, but it’s MOON-Day! Happy Moon Day! Ch’usok! Zhong Qiu Jie! Moon Day is a celebration of family, of harvest, and of thanks-giving in several Asian countries. At midnight families gather…Read More

West Side Pride

September 18, 2007
Aaah, the first Tuesday Glog. I am truly honored. Although it feels like we’re in full swing here at Gould, the fact is we’ve only had one week of classes. It wasn’t long ago that…Read More