4×4 good luck poem for STAAR day!
end of SOLSC
five random things
twenty word Tuesday
six word story
sick baby, sick mami
sick baby on his 10 monthday
LOOK UP poem
stop to see Selena
cruzando la frontera
“en la cocina” poem
food photo dump in Mexico
views in México
signs in México
we made it to México!
I’ve nearly closed my eyes for the night, but I knew I was forgetting something…. Slice of life post!!! Lots of traveling today, with toddlers. And four adults. In a minivan. Full car. Full hearts. More on that later 🙂
six word Sunday
A trip down memory lane thanks to my Pixel
This year I challenged myself to participate in Laura Tremaine’s monthly #10onthe10th. For this Women’s History Month, I thought a list of 10 women (groups of women) who influence, encourage, impact, and/or motivate me in some way would be most appropriate. 1. My mother.2. My sister.3. My grandmother.4. My mentor.5. The besties.6. Brown girl theologians.7.… Continue reading SOLSC22: 10 on the 10th
nothing to say…
Questions to ask my grandparents
nine random things
six word Sunday surprise
birthday surprises continue into March
Picture book recommendations as sidewalk chalk art
I rarely think about the labor of someone else persisting, stitching bits and pieces together to create unfathomable works.
Welcome to 31 days of blogging!
Sometimes I worry, sure. Mostly, though, I am proud. I will raise him to kindly correct you if you mispronounce his name.
10 TEN WORD STORIES to celebrate Kyle, both his life and his presence in mine.
11 Things I’m Looking Forward to This Year
I have yet to solidify my One Little Word. I have not drawn, written in, or placed stickers nor dates in my newly minted planner. But…
Nine takeaways from 2021
six word memoir web
The first Thanksgiving I was expected to be a contributor to the family feast was four months after getting married.
NCTE: 6 words//34 words
The main thing I learned from doing this challenge is how much an hour can hold. Each photo I captured was simply a moment.
My tenth graders were in disbelief that I read aloud to my children at home.
Studying at coffee shops, highlighting and making notes, having pedagogical conversations with hubs- now that was some serious self-care.
Road trip with two under two
Midlife crisis – a few of my favorite things?
Identifying as a writer was monumental for me – it still is a daily choice to believe and proclaim this confidently. It is brave to say “I am a writer” out loud.
currently thankful for, amazed by, proud of myself for, looking forward to…