After about 18 months of partial employment in Florida, chronicled in Gypsy Teacher: “Every Wednesday…?!”,in June of 2004 I was offered a great full-time teaching job…in... More > England.
So in the middle of four hurricanes we packed up and moved suitcases, boxes, and eventually cats from coastal Florida to inland Britain. And I wrote about it every Wednesday.
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Author Robert Parker’s wife: “Wait—they’re going to pay you an obscene amount of money to show up once a week and teach one class on Wednesdays. And you don’t know... More > whether you should take the job?!”
Parker: “Yeah, but every Wednesday…?!”
On Christmas, 2002, I wrote, “As of tomorrow,
I will no longer be employed full-time.”
And so began a full year of blogs, posted on blogger.com from Wednesday, December 25, 2002, through Wednesday, December 24, 2003. Planned as a chronicle of an unemployed academic, it evolved to include My Irish Husband Tony, a wedding in France, two kittens, the Bahamas, family photos, and James Joyce.
Taken together they chronicle a pretty interesting year. I hope you enjoy reading them. I sure enjoyed writing them.
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As featured in the Sutton Coldfield News! Back on Semester at Sea in summer 2006, My Irish Husband Tony and I sailed from San Diego to Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Korea and... More > Japan, along with a side trip to China. I chronicled our voyage every week until we were back home safe in Birmingham.< Less
This is the most basic workbook you'll find that explains how public relations is different from advertising, the mysteries of writing a press release, how to create a media list, and other nuts and... More > bolts information. And it includes interactive exercises that will get you started on your PR plan for your small business or non-profit organization. After working through this book, if you still feel you need to hire a PR professional, you will know what he or she is doing. Dr. Donnelly has worked in and taught public relations for almost 30 years.< Less
Sometimes the only way to keep teaching is to keep moving. Travel with My Irish Husband Tony and I to Europe, the Bahamas and back home to Florida. Or England. And Asia. These are the entries from my... More > four Gypsy Teacher 'blooks' which deal with teaching, students, and trying to teach.< Less