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Friday Thoughts – The Emotion of Waiting

This was meant for my weekly post to the Two Writing Teachers "Slice of Life" post on Tuesday, but, as you'll read, life got in the way! 🙂 I cannot express enough how much I enjoy the above mentioned site. If... Continue Reading →

Plot Twist: This Wasn’t My First Topic #SOL

I'd planned to write about how I'm tired of being flexible. But I can write about that anytime time, because I'm going to continue to frustrated with being tied into a pretzel by 17,000 schedule changes and ever changing expectations.... Continue Reading →

#SOL18 – Day 7 – Be Encouraged

#beencouraged A number of years ago, I was our church's laity member to our state conference. During one of those conferences, the bishop at the time purchases wrist band for all in attendance with a simple message: Be Encouraged. While... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts – Damn Kids Anyway

I'm not usually a Grinchy kind of person, but this Christmas season I have been. I'm not buying into anything the season has to offer, and as I watch kids stress and adults stress, it makes the cabin in the... Continue Reading →

#SOL17 Challenge – Day 5 – Basketball

My word of the day: basketball. Yup, basketball. Now, I know my 5 of my seven readers are thinking, "Good grief man, let it go," but seriously, it's in my blood (that and the season is done!). It's that classroom... Continue Reading →

#sol17 Challenge - Day 3 – Encouragement

My word for today: encouragement. Today, we took our youngest daughter on a college visit. She's been a work in progress from the get go: she flighty, her middle name is drama, she's changes her mind like the weather changes... Continue Reading →

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