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.
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.
November provided me the opportunity to gain perspective in three key areas of my identity: motherhood, teacher, and writer.
It’s a wrap! While I skipped days here and there, this gratiku project was a fulfilling way to end each day. When I made “lofty” writing goals over the summer, I was writing gratitude sentences every day in my planner; then, back to school hit.
Here’s to a Thanksgiving break week of rest and laziness!
But here I am, trying to stick to my word of posting the week’s gratikus each Monday. Messy, unfinished, tired.