Trains in My Heart

In Trains in My Heart, we enter not only the world of travel by rail, but the entertaining world of Connie Luna, a comedic hard-working, highly-regarded, private railroad car chef who created lifelong memories for countless rail travelers.

Author: Connie Luna


ISBN: 9781631320514

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 302

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In Trains in My Heart, we enter not only the world of travel by rail, but the entertaining world of Connie Luna, a comedic hard-working, highly-regarded, private railroad car chef who created lifelong memories for countless rail travelers. Connie's first-hand account of her most memorable experiences on legendary railcars that include the Native Son, the Plaza Santa Fe, the Royal Gorge, and the Tamalpais, will delight train lovers everywhere and entice even those readers who have never enjoyed the experience of traveling by train to heed the call: "All aboard!"

The Vulnerable Heart of Literacy

writing the word “train” brings so many memories. “When I was a kid,” she said, “
we lived near train tracks and every night, right around my bedtime, I'd hear the
train rattling down the tracks. But most important to me are my memories of my ...

Author: Elizabeth Dutro

Publisher: Teachers College Press

ISBN: 0807763128

Category: Education

Page: 144

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What is trauma and what does it mean for the literacy curriculum? In this book, elementary teachers will learn how to approach difficult experiences through the everyday instruction and interactions in their classrooms. Readers will look inside classrooms and literacies across genres to see what can unfold when teachers are committed to compassionate, critical, and relational practice. Weaving her own challenging experiences into chapters brimming with children’s writing and voices, Dutro emphasizes that issues of power and privilege matter centrally to how attention to trauma positions children. The book includes questions and prompts for discussion, reflection, and practice and describes pedagogies and strategies designed to provide opportunities for children to bring the varied experiences of life, including trauma, to their school literacies, especially their writing, in positive, meaningful, and supported ways. Book Features: Offers a reconceptualization of trauma as a source of connection, reciprocity, knowledge, and literacy engagement. Identifies three key tenets that teachers can follow to ensure that children’s experiences and perspectives are honored. Shares classroom stories and literacy lessons, including many examples of children’s writing. Includes sum-up reflections and discussion prompts. Provides up-to-date lists of resources.

Keep My Heart in San Francisco

Once I'm sublevel, I lean against a column and wait for the Daly City train, which
will drop me at the Glen Park station by Bigmouth's. The redbrick floors squeak as
commuters hurry to and from their trains, the air musty with the sweet, earthy ...

Author: Amelia Diane Coombs

Publisher: Simon Pulse

ISBN: 1534452974

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 400

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Sparks fly when two ex-best-friends team up to save a family business in this swoon-worthy and witty debut perfect for fans of Jenn Bennett and Sarah Dessen. Caroline “Chuck” Wilson has big plans for spring break—hit up estate sales to score vintage fashion finds and tour the fashion school she dreams of attending. But her dad wrecks those plans when he asks her to spend vacation working the counter at Bigmouth’s Bowl, her family’s failing bowling alley. Making things astronomically worse, Chuck finds out her dad is way behind on back rent—meaning they might be losing Bigmouth’s, the only thing keeping Chuck’s family in San Francisco. And the one person other than Chuck who wants to do anything about it? Beckett Porter, her annoyingly attractive ex-best friend. So when Beckett propositions Chuck with a plan to make serious cash infiltrating the Bay Area action bowling scene, she accepts. But she can’t shake the nagging feeling that she’s acting irrational—too much like her mother for comfort. Plus, despite her best efforts to keep things strictly business, Beckett’s charm is winning her back ways that go beyond friendship. If Chuck fails, Bigmouth’s Bowl and their San Francisco legacy are gone forever. But if she succeeds, she might just get everything she ever wanted.

English Hearts and English Hands Or The Railway and the Trenches

sure I go to the house of God twice , every Sunday , you would say that the good
work has begun in my heart ; you would say , Thomas , Do You believe that
Christ Died to save you from your sins , and I will say that I am a Christian , and
that I ...

Author: Catherine Marsh



Category: Evangelistic work

Page: 188

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Music Brings My Heart Back Home

You like train whistles , don ' t you , Kelly ? " I asked . “ Yes . I can tell the
difference between the freight trains and the nine - thirty Amtrak passenger trains
. I hear train whistles all night long . Sometimes I don ' t know whether they ' re
part of my ...

Author: Deanna Edwards

Publisher: Deseret Book Company

ISBN: 9780875791128

Category: Medical

Page: 157

View: 176

The Railroad Trainman

Our words AM I RIGHT ? should ever be those of kindness — they may What is
the life of a trainman ! ... are other wives who share my fears , and I For you some
fond heart is beating . say from my heart , be tender and kind to For you someone




Category: Labor unions


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The Aching in My Heart

was also shown Stalin that provided the mose as they itary equipment there were
a few armed guards , and that was all ! Experience drawn from the three long
years of war had shown Stalin that tanks travelling by rail were particularly ...

Author: Vladimir Bogomolov

Publisher: Imported Publication


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 635

View: 488

Desires of My Heart

Working on the Railroad Not earning enough to satisfy me, I left the harvest crew
to return to Emporia, hitch-hiking all the way. After arriving safely at my home, I
applied for a job in the Santa Fe Yards at Emporia. I was hired as a "Train ...

Author: Ken Peery

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1615790411

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 282

View: 621

In a story that spans one-fourth of America's history, Ken Peery reveals what can be accomplished when a person learns to "Delight yourself in the Lord." (Ps. 37:4) From the story of how his ancestors came to America, to small town life in the Midwest, to Naval service during World War II, to a distinguished career in law and Christian mediation, to political involvement, to a miraculous medical recovery, Ken's story is not only all-American, it is a compelling story of the benefits of "delighting in the Lord." What is a "methobapterian?" What is Justice? How do you define it? Can it be defined? What would you do if you and your mate were seriously sunburned on your honeymoon? Re-live trips through the Gorges of the upper Yangtze River. Ken Peery was born in 1925 and raised and nurtured in Emporia, Kansas. After service in the US Navy in WWII, Ken practiced law in Emporia, did a seven year stint as a lawyer in a government agency in Washington, DC, and, in 1962, re-entered law practice in Concordia, Kansas. In 1982 he "escaped" from law practice to establish Christian conciliation programs in the Kansas City area and later in Bentonville and Rogers, Arkansas. Ken and Doris, his wife, have been married 56 years. They are the parents of two sons, grandparents of six grandchildren and have two great- grandsons. The Peerys live in Topeka, Kansas.

Proposed Canadian National Railway Company Acquisition of the Elgin Joliet Eastern Railway Company

Take heart attacks , the number one killer in our area . when a person has a heart
attack , the blood vessel is blocked and no oxygen can get to their heart . The
treatment for that is to take a wire from the leg and go into the heart and open that





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Limiting the Car Length of Trains

We made a calculation on the ratio of accidents on short trains as compared with
long trains — that is , where personal ... an 18day proceeding , of the Kansas
Public Utilities Commission , and the heart of that case was principally inability of

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate Commerce



Category: Railroad cars

Page: 232

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Railway Times

... convenience afforded to the traffic would , in fact , use a line which would take
at the City Terminus Hotel ; Mr. W. Hawes in City of London - from that day to this
we have them into the heart of the City , rather than the chair . only had one train




Category: Railroads


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The Railways of England

Half - way to Norwich , at Reedham , these two trains join , and leave again in two
trains , the first for the Midlands and the ... At North Walsham its station is nearer
than that of the Great Eastern to the heart of that busy emporium , by precisely ...

Author: William Mitchell Acworth



Category: Railroads

Page: 428

View: 802

A Hoofprint on My Heart

The Canadian National Railways operated a race - train which was nicknamed “
The Agony - Stricken Limited . ” Few trains in the history of Canadian
transportation achieved comparable fame . It was reputed that the locomotive
engineer was ...

Author: Jim Coleman

Publisher: Toronto: McClelland and Stewart


Category: Horse-racing

Page: 256

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As Tall As My Heart

THE WONDER OF WATCHING A TRAIN un , hauling good and coa curly hai No
matter how sophisticated we become in this jet age , most of us will never
outgrow the thrill and wonder of trains . They are inextricably linked with my
midwestern ...

Author: Marjorie Holmes


ISBN: 9780553102161


Page: 128

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Dust on My Heart

When the time set for the excursion came I was immobilized by many fractures
including a broken leg . I was unable to climb even a low pyramid . The train
rolled along through the dry area . We passed many old irrigation canals , the
large ...

Author: Neill James



Category: Mexico

Page: 310

View: 145

From the Heart

D DECEMBER 2 Water on the Train ! Then God opened her eyes and she saw a
well of water . Gen . 21 : 19 , NIV . ecember 24 – 1 had less than eight hours to
complete my Christmas shopping . I stumbled out of bed with the determination ...

Author: Rose Marie Niesen Otis

Publisher: Review & Herald Pub Assn

ISBN: 9780828012881

Category: Religion

Page: 454

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Here is the 1998 edition of the devotional conceived by Rose Otis, a devotional written for women by women, full of faith-affirming and powerful stories which come deep from the heart, and which will therefore inspire your own.

Persia is My Heart

We hurried to consult a map . The snow country was in Azerbaijan . We could go
as far as the city of Zenjan by train . From there we could go by horse and if the
snow were deep we ' d finish our journey by ski , carrying our packs on our backs

Author: Najmeh Najafi



Category: Iran

Page: 245

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Autobiography of a Persian girl, educated in America.

The Household Book of Poetry Collected and edited by C A Dana Third edition

9E With what free growth the elm and plane Fling their huge arms across my
wayGray , old , and cumbered with a train Of ... my heart is not here , My heart's in
the Highlands a - chasing the deer ; Chasing the wild deer , and following the roe

Author: Charles Anderson DANA (Editor of the New York “Sun.”.)




Page: 816

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Graffiti on My Heart

Leonid and I watched the scene in silence . Words were unnecessary . We
returned to the queue . A notice on the bulletin board said the eleven o ' clock
would be ninety minutes late , and the next train , the two o ' clock , would be one
hour ...

Author: Agnessa Larsen

Publisher: Peanut Butter Publishing

ISBN: 9780897165099

Category: Hawaii

Page: 416

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Describes her experiences growing up in Hawaii, going to college in California, living in Paris, and working in the Soviet Union.

Acacia Thorn in My Heart

It was a ritual as we savoured that first peach , relished its sweetness and made
the last mouthful linger as long as possible . Near our house about three hundred
yards away was the railway line . Trains ran every hour to and fro from Durban .

Author: Neela Govender



Category: East Indians

Page: 156

View: 115

Une famille indienne en Afrique du Sud. Une fillette à l'ombre de l'apartheid, son désir farouche d'émancipation. Un quotidien tragique, tendre et cocasse. Une épine d'acacia au coeur... N. Govender témoigne de sa propre vie avant l'exil. Aujourd'hui elle enseigne dans une université française.