I’m going to be honest. I only did this challenge to fulfill my publishing requirements for the Abydos Writing Institute that I’ve been doing since July. At first, I figured that I would just write a few blogs and be done. Boy was I wrong! I got hooked! I’ve never considered myself much of aContinue reading “Day 31”
Sitting here staring at my screen I don’t know where to start I type a few words Then quickly delete them The cursor is taunting Demanding that I write when I can’t All of the wrong words are there But the right words are elusive It is usually easy I typically have a lot toContinue reading “Where Do I Begin?”
Normally I’m a list maker. I LOVE lists. I have a list for everything. Today, I did not make a list. I ventured to the grocery store without my list. I really only needed hand soap but decided to pick up a few things for the week. I thought I would be okay. I knewContinue reading “Lists are Important”
Opening Day is next week! After realizing this, I started to think about all of the lessons I have learned from the game of baseball and how it can be applied to every day life. While thinking about this, I remembered a piece of writing I had started at the end of last baseball seasonContinue reading “Life Lessons Learned from Baseball”
It’s 5:20 am and this annoying sound is interrupting my wonderful dream. It won’t go away. So I wake up and realize that it’s Friday which means it is History Day at school. It’s my favorite day of the week. I get to wear jeans and the kids love this day. They have been waitingContinue reading “Today is NOT Friday”
Today is brought to you by the questions what and why! What are you doing? Why are you doing that? What are you supposed to be doing? Why aren’t you doing that? What are you doing now? Why are you doing that? What did I ask you to do? Why haven’t you started yet? WhatContinue reading “Wednesday’s Wonderings”
I’ve been spending the last few nights working on lesson plans and trying to get ahead. Trying to map out what the rest of the year is going to look like, because state testing is right around the corner. I fully understand that lesson plans are important, but sometimes… there is more to learning thanContinue reading “This Wasn’t in the Lesson Plan”
Arguably the smallest place in my childhood home, it holds some of my more interesting memories. The bar separated the kitchen from the living room. According to my mom, it was once a bookshelf that closed off both rooms. Right after they moved in, WAAAAY before my time, they had someone come in and takeContinue reading “When the Pencil Thief Strikes”
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