What They Wish We Knew: #SOLSC21

I assigned this thinking I’d mostly read letters that would lead me to reply notes of encouragement. It turned out to have the opposite effect. It reminded me that our presence matters. Our attitude matters. Our sincere joy at engaging matters. I am COVID-life exhausted. I am COVID-life, pregnant-life exhausted. But I’m going to keep showing up because it matters.

Slice of Life: Toddler Raised in Quarantine

Not even a year old and, in my dangerous thought traps, my child would turn into a recluse – FOREVER. While I may have been a little nervous as a first time mom, I’m incredibly thankful that we’ve had so much uninterrupted time watching Elías develop right before our eyes. What’s an unexpected blessing you experienced and/or received during pandemic quarantine?

SOL: Jumbled Thoughts

I haven’t blogged since the school year started; the transition hit me like a train. In fact, I still don’t have it together enough to compose a “proper” post, but I can piece together jumbled thoughts in the form of six word memoirs? IT ALL FALLS APART working teacher mom harder than anticipated. new curriculum… Continue reading SOL: Jumbled Thoughts