Mari Hawes
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Poetry, A look through the journals of my past

We are the same Soft quiet wind rushing through glimpsesMany faces seen through your eyesHazy, drenchedReflections of youWho you are todayYou turn from meWhy turn? Thoughtless to me of youWe are the sameSift through pebblesStones of recompenseGrant me serenityA stone under a stone under a stoneWe are the sameFace meTouch meEnvelope our onenessThoughts of the wind, of treetopsCirclingThey are still grounded by their love with gaiaWe are the sameI WillI will climb and conquerI will misstep and…See More
Aug 8, 2012
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4 more days!!!

Is it alright to be so excited I can hardly breathe?  My daughter thinks I'm nuts, and truthfully I probably am, but I am so excited to go see Les Miserables with my students!!! I'm still working on a place to go have dinner with them afterward.  It can't be too far from campus because I don't have a car and we will need to walk.  I'm undecided..... I can only go so fancy, but no way am I just taking them to Frontier.  NOT that I don't LOVE Frontier, I do!!  It's just not what I envision.I…See More
Jun 6, 2012
Mari Hawes commented on Mari Hawes's blog post Reminiscing an old conversation The sociology of gingerbread men
"What are the sociological affects of gingerbread housing?  Are we slum lords simply by building a type of house that we know will fall apart if it gets wet, would NEVER withstand an earthquake, and is often eaten?  I don't know about…"
Jun 6, 2012
Mari Hawes liked Terry S. Davis's blog post Never Give Up
May 30, 2012
once banned twice shy commented on Mari Hawes's blog post Reminiscing an old conversation The sociology of gingerbread men
"That is funny.  "Class roles of gingerbread peopel."  Heh.  And you guys didn't even get into the whole gingerbread house issue.  Is that restricted housing?  Is it discriminatory?  Do gingerbread people…"
May 29, 2012
Mari Hawes commented on Terry S. Davis's blog post Never Give Up
"Thank you for this wonderful article!  Even more daunting than looking at a 1400 page book (which I brought out the first day) was the fact that most of the students (90+%) are English Language Learners.  They took on the challenge of Les…"
May 27, 2012
Mari Hawes's blog post was featured

Reminiscing an old conversation The sociology of gingerbread men

This is one of the funniest discussions I had with a friend of mine, from 2009 Mari DUDE can school get any more busy right before christmas???!!? How the hell am I supposed to think of sociology when all I want to do is make cookies? Really who thought of this plan? Nich Uh, ok... Searching for response... uh... maybe try thinking about the sociology of gingerbread men... Mari So what social class is a gingerbread man in if he only has one gumdrop button? Is he really lower class or is he…See More
May 27, 2012
Mari Hawes posted a blog post

Reminiscing an old conversation The sociology of gingerbread men

This is one of the funniest discussions I had with a friend of mine, from 2009 Mari DUDE can school get any more busy right before christmas???!!? How the hell am I supposed to think of sociology when all I want to do is make cookies? Really who thought of this plan? Nich Uh, ok... Searching for response... uh... maybe try thinking about the sociology of gingerbread men... Mari So what social class is a gingerbread man in if he only has one gumdrop button? Is he really lower class or is he…See More
May 26, 2012
Ron Da Bomb liked Mari Hawes's blog post First Post..... Shall I make this a poetry blog?
May 23, 2012
Mari Hawes's blog post was featured

First Post..... Shall I make this a poetry blog?

Ok, so for my first Duke City Fix blog, here's a few of my poems....HistoryPeople stand on landnot knowing who came beforewe share the same spaceMH     KarmaOnce upon a shark A sunbeam made its mark Red was the skin on his top right fin and he had to go swim in the dark.MH ArthurArthur rode his steedacross the grassy meadowhe fell short the goal. Lost KnightAcross the blanket of snowspread jewels in lacy sprayshidden beneath the treeswhere the wind bays the once quiet nightstartled by the…See More
May 23, 2012
Mari Hawes posted a blog post

First Post..... Shall I make this a poetry blog?

Ok, so for my first Duke City Fix blog, here's a few of my poems....HistoryPeople stand on landnot knowing who came beforewe share the same spaceMH     KarmaOnce upon a shark A sunbeam made its mark Red was the skin on his top right fin and he had to go swim in the dark.MH ArthurArthur rode his steedacross the grassy meadowhe fell short the goal. Lost KnightAcross the blanket of snowspread jewels in lacy sprayshidden beneath the treeswhere the wind bays the once quiet nightstartled by the…See More
May 22, 2012
Mari Hawes liked Terry S. Davis's blog post Thinking Ahead
May 22, 2012
Mari Hawes commented on Terry S. Davis's blog post Reading Frenzy
"I put a link to this article on my blog.  Thank you again, I have received a couple very nice comments! http://mariflies.wordpress.com/2012/04/22/terry-daviss-duke-city-fix-blog-about-my-students/ "
Apr 22, 2012
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Apr 22, 2012
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Apr 21, 2012

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Soon to be graduate and teacher
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Mari Hawes's Blog

Poetry, A look through the journals of my past

Posted on August 8, 2012 at 9:00am 0 Comments

We are the same 

Soft quiet wind rushing through glimpses

Many faces seen through your eyes

Hazy, drenched

Reflections of you

Who you are today

You turn from me

Why turn? Thoughtless to me of you

We are the same

Sift through pebbles

Stones of recompense

Grant me serenity

A stone under a stone under a stone

We are the same

Face me

Touch me

Envelope our…

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4 more days!!!

Posted on June 6, 2012 at 10:44pm 0 Comments

Is it alright to be so excited I can hardly breathe?  My daughter thinks I'm nuts, and truthfully I probably am, but I am so excited to go see Les Miserables with my students!!! 

I'm still working on a place to go have dinner with them afterward.  It can't be too far from campus because I don't have a car and we will need to walk.  I'm undecided..... I can only go so fancy, but no way am I just taking them to Frontier.  NOT that I don't LOVE Frontier, I do!!  It's just not what I…

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Teaching Arts Classes and tutoring

Posted on May 28, 2012 at 9:00am 0 Comments

I have two types of classes I will be offering.

I am combining my first with the world's first. My first real occupation other than motherhood is fitness.  I've been working in the fitness industry since 2001.  Belly dance is the world's first form of exercise for women. 

I will be teaching EsteemBellyFit - using a combination of methods from Persian and Egyptian belly dance techniques, Hip…

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Reminiscing an old conversation The sociology of gingerbread men

Posted on May 26, 2012 at 8:00pm 2 Comments

This is one of the funniest discussions I had with a friend of mine, from 2009



Mari

DUDE can school get any more busy right before christmas???!!? How the hell am I supposed to think of sociology when all I want to do is make cookies? Really who thought of this plan?



Nich

Uh, ok... Searching for response... uh... maybe try thinking about the sociology of gingerbread men...



Mari

So what social class is a gingerbread man in if he only has one…

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