Friday, March 31, 2017

31 Reflections for 31 Days

  1. I am disappointed that I didn't manage to write for everyday of the challenge but found great pleasure in writing when I did.
  2. I need to put time aside to write the stories that are still on my "to write" list.
  3. I am so proud of my students' SOL writing and am excited to delve into poetry with them.
  4. Time with family and friends is life's great joy.
  5. Procrastination and lack of sleep are life's great menaces.
  6. Reading for five minutes before bed is incredibly calming and fulfilling.
  7. The cold viruses this season have been brutal.
  8. 65 degrees is a difficult temperature to dress for.
  9. Regular pedicures are worth the time and money.
  10. Hot chocolate makes for a great morning pick-me-up.
  11. Seven year olds are very complex people.
  12. Good conversations with students makes for happy hearts.
  13. A teary first grader is heartbreaking every time.
  14. Windy days make children crazy.
  15. Rainy days makes children both wild and sleepy.
  16. I spend far too long writing and rewriting emails.
  17. I need a better system for keeping track of my calendar.
  18. Dining out on a school night makes the week go faster.
  19. Some weeks are just really long...
  20. There is nothing better than a cuddle with my daughter after a day at work.
  21. "Mama-mama" phases are not easy on Daddy.
  22. Toddlers with good manners are beyond adorable.
  23. Day care teachers who teach toddlers to have good manners are beyond invaluable.
  24. Apparently Old Macdonald now has elephants and lions living on his farm.
  25. I am very lucky to have such a domestic husband. (Don't tell him I said that.)
  26. Living far away from my parents and sister is hard.
  27. I need to take more photos and videos to document life.
  28. Hooray, it's Friday!
  29. I never ended up going for a run this month.
  30. There is never enough time.
  31. I can't believe it is April tomorrow.

Classroom SOLSC: Day 31!








Ella Grace



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