I really enjoy being thankful. But gee wizz, today............what shall it be??
It's good practice I reckon to stop and be thankful. I really thought I had nothing extra special. The kids have all been sick hence the previous three weeks have been rotten.
But the act of reflection is powerful.
Despite bouts of coughing and grumpiness (from the children and me) I do love the way my kids express creativity. A person made from odd clothes and bits found lying around!!!
I love that Nana T taught Molly to crumb schnitzel and will now happily perform the task for us all!!
Thankful to my daily companion. I wasn't ever a doggy gal growing up but I can't believe how much I love this girl of ours.
Bad photo, late afternoon sun. Very thankful though to days when we just put other stuff aside to work together.
You might be able to take the teacher out of the classroom but never vice versa.
The product of our latest family meeting. Next we need to discuss how we might apply them on a regular basis. Mark came back from a company conference inspired to use some newly acquired values cards. (Which I love and would love to steal if I ever return teaching).
I just realised recently........my teaching registration expired a few months ago.
I've made the phone calls and got the info on how to get it up and running again.
I'm a bit scared.
Can visually impaired teacher housing a brain tumour actually teach??
I'm still the cool teacher I always was, inside my heart and soul that is!!
I was cool......