Tag Archives: reflection

Every day for a month

This month of blogging has been quite a commitment. I have kept others waiting while I blogged away each and every day. I have put things off. I have cleared time. I have made writing, thinking, considering and publishing a … Continue reading

Posted in blogging, celebrate, Poem, self reflection, SOL2016, thoughts, Writing | Tagged , , , , , | 9 Comments

Dear Younger Me,

I know you think you’re stuck. You’re afraid that you’ll never get to go to college. You’re afraid of relationships not panning out. You don’t know you’re good enough, smart enough, strong enough.  But you are. You’re uncertain how to … Continue reading

Posted in Learning, perceptions, self reflection, SOL2016, thoughts, Truths | Tagged , , , , | 5 Comments

The Real Work of a Principal

When you find yourself sitting in the office of an elementary school principal, just about anything can happen.  It’s the same in a classroom. Just a smaller number of people involved. Same in a district office. More people involved. Exponential … Continue reading

Posted in Principal, SOL2016, Students First, Teaching, thoughts, Truths | Tagged , , | 4 Comments

If….

I saw this beautiful video posted on a friend’s Facebook page.  Go ahead, take a peek. When I watched this video, I realized something. I realized that I could actually feel each stretch, developee, tendue, demi plie as I saw the … Continue reading

Posted in Body Movement, Child Matters, dance, Kinesthetic learning, Learning, reading, SOL2016, Teaching, thoughts | Tagged , , , , , | 7 Comments

I Work in a World of Possible.

I work in a world of educated women men in trousers and button-downed shirts sensible shoes that shift shift shift down century old wood-floored hallways where before any of us became us, hundreds and thousands of children walked in straight … Continue reading

Posted in poetry | Tagged , , | 17 Comments

Doctors & Distractions

I considered calling out. “Hello, This is me. I’m doing well, so I’m not coming okay?” No. I wanted to hear it from him. The surgeon who had less than four weeks ago cut my body and removed an offending … Continue reading

Posted in close reading, distracted reading, Learning, perceptions, reading, thoughts | Tagged , , , | 7 Comments

Awards for a NYC Weekend

Fastest Ride to LAX:  Goes to my son. Slow down and be safe honey, someone wants you to survive college intact! Squishiest Airline Seat Ever:  Delta – wow. They’ve squeezed in a couple more rows now. At least we can … Continue reading

Posted in SOL2015, thoughts, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 9 Comments