BC: The End
FC: It's Miller Time! | Ms. Miller: An Introduction
1: Although I love teaching, I have many other interests: my friends and family, tennis, reading, movies, and more.
2: My son, Sam, is thirteen and a student at AMS. My daughter, Sarah, is ten and a student at CES.
4: I love to travel. Sarah and I were in Maine in August 2008
5: Rocky Mountain National Park is one of my favorite vacation spots.
6: Sam and Sarah with Aunt Tami Sam with my mom Sam at a football game
7: I grew up with a coach as a father and love sports. Each year, I can't wait for March Madness and the Grand Slams of tennis.
8: Roger Federer & Rafa Nadal
9: I played tennis in high school and college. | I love Federer and Nadal because they are talented players and good sports who have respect for the game and its history. Bjorn Borg was my favorite player when I was young.
10: I love to read and have since I was a child and would read with a flashlight under the covers after my parents said lights out!
11: My favorite books are The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald and Magic Mountain by Thomas Mann.
12: I fell in love with movies when my sophomore English teacher, Mr. Mayer, showed us Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca after reading the book of the same name by Daphne du Murier.
13: Teaching is my second career. I spent a dozen years working in the medical field. I truly enjoy teaching and am happy at AHS. Still, my dream job is film critic. Wouldn't it be great to get paid for watching movies and talking about them!
14: Sarah and Charly
15: Sam fishing & Sarah at the Atlantic Ocean
16: This is me with some of the friends I had over to my home on New Year's Eve 2008.
17: For the past three summers, I have attended a literature conference at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. Many participants have gone for years. A lovely woman named Grace has attended for 51 consecutive years. This year's theme was the art of war. Next year, we are reading Nobel Prize winners from the last 25 years. | Kim, Lenny, Larry, Paula, Roberta, Tom, and Carol at Wachs Works, a nightly social gathering during the conference.