Come scroll with me. It's my favorite day of the challenge! We've passed the half-way mark. Woo hoo!!!
I open my computer to a seven year old marvel! I saw Fran's post last night and had no words to capture what I felt as I looked at her granddaughter's list of words. So I stopped my scroll right there and went to bed.
And then I read newtreemom's post with its list of comments from naysayers about her upcoming workshop at Highlights. Put those folks in the rear view mirror, Diane!
Trina's Rambling Autobiography will leave you wanting to try one. Did she really do this in three minutes? I loved using Linda Rief's Quickwrites in my classroom. Trina's reference to Linda Rief's newest book made me break a promise to myself to not buy any more professional books. (I've been retired for nine years.) I'm trying to not buy ANY books (the operative word is trying). When we moved last year, I got rid of so many books. And my shelves are full of books I still want to read.
BUT ... 1. A book with an alliterative title... 2. by an educator I love... 3. about poetry! It's a triple and I can't resist.
And there you have it! Three stops, three comments left, three posts shared, and one post written. I'm off to pack for tomorrow's book club retreat. It's our first since 2019. And this year marks our 25th year together!
This is my twelfth year to write a slice of life each day during the month of March. Thank you Two Writing Teachers for creating this challenge and providing the space and support for us year after year. And thanks to this magnificent community for sharing stories with me and encouraging my writing life.