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The power of biographies. https://jarhartz.com/2016/12/19/slice-of-life-power-of-biographies/
They’ve started spontaneously singing Jingle Bells during work time…it’s the week before Break. https://insiderecessagain.wordpress.com/2016/12/21/dont-go-in-the-snow/
I love that Ray Bradbury quote! Here’s my slice about our Christmas season: http://iheartpurplestuff.blogspot.com/2016/12/nearly-christmas.html
I’ve been so overwhelmed by the tragedy that just occurred in Berlin, I almost forgot to post. My heart goes out to Berliners!
Tonight, my writing is drifting towards reading: a book that is kindred to Ray Bradbury’s quote atop this post. http://cast-of-characters.blogspot.com/2016/12/on-fragmenting-fragments.html
Being a careless tourist in Cuba: http://redemma1991.blogspot.com/2016/12/sols-tuesday-stupidity-and-lessons.html
The last time I Sliced, it was on Heart Maps! Here’s part 2…
My slice: thoughts about the questions– even a seemingly insignificant one– I didn’t ask my grandmother.
Read to find out why I’m Wrapped Up in Gratitude. https://dailyscribbles.wordpress.com/2016/12/21/wrapped-up-in-gratitude/
I’m late to the party but I made it, thanks to a dark visit to the chicken coop.
Fun Writing about Rudolph with Kindergarten
My imagination and shadows!https://terierrol.wordpress.com/2016/12/20/shadows/
an unhurried morning
Marching to the tree – from New York, from a kitchen drawer and from a bulletin board!
Writing for freedom: Instead of a letter of rec, a grad emailed from jail asking me to write to a judge: https://empoweredteaching.blog/2016/12/18/writing-for-freedom/?iframe=true&theme_preview=true
Gifts from Students: The Best Ones are Free. http://evolvingenglishteacher.blogspot.com/2016/12/gifts-from-students-best-ones-are-free.html
A little later in posting than usual. But I have a reason.
I’m sharing the Story of the Season–the heart of the slices of my life. http://alicenine.net/story-of-the-season/
Quiet Holidays – and hidden friends in the kitchen – a double post about quiet hoidays
Happy Winter Holidays everyone! Sending you Peace and Love!
Tis the Season to Celebrate so I’m ready to bring best wishes to all: http://beyondliteracylink.blogspot.com/2016/12/tis-season-to-celebrate.html
My 7.5 hour journey home from school during Portland’s Snowmageddon.
Does Christmas shopping stress you out? Here’s some tips to make it through sanely!
Christmas Blessings to each of you.
A child’s faith…
I had to say goodbye to a friend and coworker this week.
Dogs in the TSA Line http://klabonte.net/sol16-dogs-in-the-tsa-line/
It was a wonderful day…
Morning Slicers and Happy Holidays to all Here’s my Slice and an invitation to join us for my Annual 2016 Collaborative Video. Send images and captions to firstname.lastname@example.org Got a great guest composer/musician last night to share a tune for the new piece. YAY!!!
Choosing a holiday card is hard because words matter!
Today’s Little Ditty anthology, Winter Poem Swap, and more. https://reflectionsontheteche.wordpress.com/2016/12/20/the-season-for-giving/
The holiday season has begun. Multiple celebrations have already taken place with my family and friends. I love to “extend” the holidays and share the stories.
My students kind actions!
Home Is Where the Heart Is (Everywhere)
Word choice is not only important in writing … it is important in life!
Do your Christmas ornaments bring you back in time? Mine do. Here’s one story:
Love in face of hatred, hope in the time of hopelessness, unity in a time of division. https://itsallaboutkidsandliteracy.wordpress.com/2016/12/18/one-candle-by-eve-bunting/
Inauguration or not?
Inspired by a snowy day, more #haikuforhealing & #commonplacemarvels:
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