Join us each weekend for Celebrate This Week with Ruth Ayres.
When we pause to celebrate, we find the joy.
A week filled with moments to celebrate and remember.
"Gather to share the words that will begin to heal our hearts . . . " I borrowed this phrase from Mary Lee Hahn's Poetry Friday post. This has definitely been a week of sharing words.
- My daughter sent me this link "What Do We Tell the Children?" on Wednesday morning.
- And then I sent her Amy Ludwig VanDerwater's poem, "Hope does indeed have feathers," which I discovered on Facebook. You'll find it about halfway down Amy's blog post in the blue box. Scroll down a bit further to hear Amy read it on Soundcloud.
- My friend Tara shared links for educators in her post, along with her important thinking.
- And then Linda Baie shared this resource from NPR, Teaching in the Age of Trump, on Facebook.
|My sister sent me this mug recently, with a|
compartment at the bottom for your cookie!
|Blue sky November days in Seattle are a definite cause for celebration!|
|Love this contrast of red and green on neighbor's drive|
|Blaze of orange from Shelly's parking lot|
|Mom was worried when she walked back into|
the room and couldn't see me. Don't worry, Mom!
Just checking out the underneath of the couch.
|Teddy at Week 19 - ALWAYS|
grabbing those little toes!