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Kingsley Tang & The Purple Reaction · 2d ago

Year 8: Week 20 - Electives

Today in 8th grade band class, we watched this youtube video. . .  We had a great discussion about this videos.  The pointed out how the different music changed the mood and also brought d...
Kingsley Tang & The Purple Reaction · 3d ago

Winter Walk

Kingsley Tang & The Purple Reaction · 1w ago

Parenthood: 239 - The Ethan Journal: 11/23/17

This post is about our son's disability. Ethan, our second son has conductive non-sensorineural unilateral hearing loss. His right ear has moderate to severe hearing loss, while his left ear...
Kingsley Tang & The Purple Reaction · 1W ago

Year 8: Week 19 - Holding It All

One of the truest signs of maturity and adulthood is the ability to hold conflicting thoughts in our minds. For example, Thomas Jefferson was one of the most important philosophers in histo...
Kingsley Tang & The Purple Reaction · 1W ago

Handstand

Kingsley Tang & The Purple Reaction · 1W ago

Parenthood: 238 - Green Bean Casserole, A Lesson From My Father

My dad would have hated what I had for lunch today.I took part of a leftover baguette, cut it lengthwise and toasted it. I spread some left over Alfredo sauce on the bread (ala cream cheese...
Kingsley Tang & The Purple Reaction · 2W ago

Year 8: Week 18 – Mid-Year

This was the first week back from Winter break. It was a short week, only three days, which was a little awkward but ending up being fine. Right before winter break my 3rd graders and my 5...
Kingsley Tang & The Purple Reaction · 2W ago

Electricity

Kingsley Tang & The Purple Reaction · 2W ago

Parenthood: 237 - Four Of A Kind

For the first time, my parents had all four of their grandchildren together. It started with Amelia, my oldest niece, a year and some change later Ollie made his first visit to my parents h...
Kingsley Tang & The Purple Reaction · 3W ago

2017

Last year I reflected on the year by listing ten people who most inspired and influence me. This year, while I do have a list, this way of reflecting doesn’t feel quite right or necessary. ...