Thankful #SOLC20 #SOL20 #PoetryFriday

Happy second Friday of the 2020 Slice of Life Challenge at Two Writing Teachers AND Poetry Friday, all! Today I’m slicing up a bit of poetry. Children’s poet and author Matt Forrest Esenwine is hosting this week’s gathering on his blog, Radio, Rhythm & Rhyme.  Won’t you join us there? Slicing poetry on Fridays during the SOLC is a great way to flex those writing muscles. If you are ever wondering where to find the weekly host of Poetry Friday, you’ll find a list of hosts and their blog links here.

Today was our first of two professional development days dedicated to preparing for online learning which begins in our district next Thursday. We have been closed since dismissal on Wednesday, and we’ve been cashing in our snow days to see us through as we boldly go where few teachers have gone before. Today I find myself thankful.

Thankful

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Thanks for wondering and wandering a bit with me today. Many thanks to the crew at Two Writing Teachers, and the extended SOL community, for giving us the time, space, and encouragement to live the writerly life here each Tuesday and every day during the month of March. And thanks to Matt for hosting this poetic side of this week’s double celebration! Happy Friday, all, and be well.

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17 thoughts on “Thankful #SOLC20 #SOL20 #PoetryFriday

  1. I love your poem; we do have so many people to be thankful for. We don’t do this alone. I am going to try and focus on the positive more myself. Stay well.

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  2. Thank you for being Thankful.

    Educators like you are going to teach everyone to keep calm in crisis.

    Best wishes for continue with teaching, Online, offline & hybrid

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  3. I am thankful for your list, your point-of-view, and your acknowledgment of all the people who are making the best of things. So many contributions! This is uncharted territory…glad you are intrepid explorers!

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  4. Thinking of you as you make this transition! Unfortunately we here in Haiti have been there, done that! Hoping everything can get back to normal soon. Stay healthy! Ruth, thereisnosuchthingasagodforsakentown.blogspot.com

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