Many of you know that I was an instructor for many years. I mostly taught computer science courses to adults either in corporate or continued education programs.
One challenge I tired of was the giving of exams. This essay describes how I fixed the problem. Please enjoy;
Welcome to my story collection! My site name, “… Stories in a Dime of Time” reflects my goal of keeping each story under 2000 words so most readers can finish one in 10 minutes, i.e. a “Dime of time“. The theme of each is simply fun autobiographical stories about growing up.
-: :- STORY INDEX -: :-
1.1 The Indoor Tsunami Adventure
1.2 The Giant Inner Tube Adventure <- – – My first story; a long time favorite.
1.3 The Insurance Company Adventure
1.4 The Battle with My Dad Adventure
1.5 The Buckeye Adventure
1.6 The Tree Tag Adventure
1.7 The Eucalyptus Sprouts Adventure
1.8 A Dog and Her Boy
Jr. High School
2.1 The Boomerang Adventure
2.2 The Rock Quarry Adventure <- – – If you’ve ever kicked a rock over a cliff…
2.3 The 1st Bully Adventure
2.4 The 2nd Bully Adventure
2.5 The Unicycle Adventure
3.1 My Penngrove Pivot
3.2 The Storm Drain Adventure
3.3 The Chainsaw Adventure
3.4 The T-Swing Adventure <- – – Have you had a swing this great?
3.5 The Capacitor Adventure
3.6 The Scary Night Adventure
3.7 The Prom Date Adventure <- – – Best prom story ever!
3.8 The Foggy Hike Adventure
4.1 The Better Grade Incident
4.2 The Commuter Horseplay Incidents <- – – Distractions for bus or cable car
4.3 The Favorite Author Incident
Stories from young adulthood to current day
Career and College
5.2 The Most Audacious Birthday Gift
5.3 The Speleological Spiderman Incidents
5.4 The Kid-Bomb Incident <- – – Most popular story
5.8 The Bridge Toll Incident
6.1 My Big Accomplishment
6.2 My Rowdy Approach to Giving Exams <- – – Newest Addition – June 19, 2018
6.4 An Unforgettable 10th Anniversary <- – – Our visit to the Berlin wall in 1989.
Married with Children
7.5 My Childbirth Deception Stunt <- – – How this dad dealt with delivery chaos.
7.6 The Carrot Corn Pancake Incident
Please leave a comment to let me know you stopped by and where you’re from if we don’t knew each other. You can also reach out to me via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.