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The Life of a Conflicted Teacher

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December 2022

Decompressing At Its Finest #SOL22

Just a quick slice today. We talk a lot about decompressing at educators. Here's my decompression for the day. We got up late, had coffee and more Christmas leftovers. We questioned ourselves and the plan for today. My wife found... Continue Reading →

5 Wonderings At Christmas Break #SOL22

I didn't get a chance to write this blog in the morning when I had time. I was just irratated with school, student, just the whole freaking mess. Well, my mood is much better, but the wonderings are still the... Continue Reading →

Saturday Scriptings: Random Purgings

First, my categories are a mess. I'm sorry about that and with some many blogs, I'm not sure how to fix this problem. Monday's used to be muddling, but now they are musing. A more positive word for sure, but... Continue Reading →

Thoughtful Thursday: My Favorite Place(s)

One of the main reasons the blog came to is because of the Two Writing Teacher website and their weekly gathering of writers in the "Slice of Life" section. It's a wonderful group of teachers, writing about their experiences. I... Continue Reading →

And It’s Done #SOL22

And just like that, today was our last practice of the season. #what I know. Practice started October 17th and this was it. We had 6:30 practice after a fairly awful game last night. I didn't know how the girls... Continue Reading →

5 Things I’m Good At #SOL22

I was going to write a moody blog about taking things to heart. Next time, I promise. #ohgoodie Hush. Apparently, WordPress is now giving us writing prompts and mine was "What are 5 things you are good at?" #ohboy With... Continue Reading →

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