I am Sandra Dodd. My other names have been Sandra Lynn Adams and Sandra Adams Gill. The one that has stuck always has been "Sandra." I grew up in Espanola, New Mexico. I live in Albuquerque. I'm married to Keith Dodd who grew up in Alamogordo. We live in a rambling pack-rattish house full of music and laughter on a good day, and abuzz with frantic doings and deadlines being missed on a worse day.
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I've been married to Keith Dodd since 1984, and we have three grown children:
Kirby (Kendall Kirby Dodd) is child #1, the experimental model. He was born in 1986, and has worked in Austin for Blizzard Entertainment for over five years. [Married to Destiny; three daughters.]
Marty (Martin Alexander Dodd) is sweet, strong, funny and honest. He's engineerly, like his dad. He's a gamer and is great on skates (roller blades or ice), and in his old age now is taking up skateboarding some. He's attending Central New Mexico Community College, and drives a Jeep Wrangler he's buying himself. He was born in 1989 and has had the same girlfriend for years. [They married, have a boy and a girl, new cars, good jobs...]
Holly (Holly Lynn Dodd) likes ideas, and has a zinging sense of irony and humor. She turned 21 in late 2012. She has stayed with other unschooling families in Oregon for a while, London, and Quebec for several months. She works a couple of part-time jobs and attends community college classes. [About to turn 30, works at an artsy vegetable farm, moved across town into a house she owns.]
My main online activities have to do with that sort of radical homeschooling known as unschooling. I write about unschooling and I [used to] speak at conferences sometimes, and run workshops upon occasion.
Information about me in the words of others: SandraDodd.com/otherwords.
I might never get all the links in one place, but the Christmas letter from 2020 is good and has five grandkids (four born in four years in a row, and photos).
I think if you have a facebook account, this will lead to a lot of photos from 2019, and back and forth. Local sights, cat and a roadrunner, grandkids, Keith, house, yard...
Links to photos of my travels, mostly after my kids were grown, mostly speaking to unschoolers, touristing, visiting other unschooling families.
Some ancestry notes, mostly sketchy with links to others' notes.