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Be Encouraged #SOL22

This was the title of a blog I was going to write last week. A student had said something relatively nice and I was shocked at how nice it made me feel. It got run over by the last three... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Wanderings: Basketball Teams

Today I'm going to rank all 27+ basketball teams I've coached during my years as a teacher/coach. #WHAT Ok, maybe not. That's a lot of teams and I know I've forgotten some teams or players on those teams, which wouldn't... Continue Reading →

#SOLC21 – Day 30 – Lack of Empathy

Our sixth grade team typically meets at the end of the hallway after our second hour and after school to decompress, regroup, or just say "WTH" to each other. Today, it was the lack of empathy. We have students who... Continue Reading →

Homeroom #SOL20

Not going to lie, I struggled coming up with a blog. My mind is so jumbled and tired it's hard to think. I love basketball, but am doubting my life choices for this season because I go home, sit, and... Continue Reading →

The Lives of Cows #SOL20

Sorry, friends, I took a week break after last week's post (on a totally unrelated post, Twitter and preschool are those two places where everyone is your friend). It really got under my skin and I've sat back and just... Continue Reading →

The More Things Change #SOL19

First, this gem, from the music group, Cinderella, one of the top three most underrated bands of the 1980s (by my count). One of my favorite groups from this era, bluesy but metal at the same time. And, with the big... Continue Reading →

The Cub Way #SOL18

108 years. 2016 was a glorious year. I had cancer ripped from my body, a stroke did minimal damage to my brain, and the Cubs won the World Series! This last Christmas, I received the book, The Cub Way: The Zen... Continue Reading →

#SOL18 – Day 19 – Sorry

I thought I could do it. I thought I could get a blog in during days of 17 hours in a bus, days beginning with a 5:35 wake up call and ending with a chaperone's meeting at 10:30. I thought... Continue Reading →

The Power of Community

Saturday morning, I had the chance to take part in an activity I'd never done, volunteering with a group of teachers to help with a mobile food pantry. First off, this is part of what I've decided I want to... Continue Reading →

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love always, caitlin

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