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Last one? Of course! Today still March 19th for me, was the Burning of The Festival of Fire in Valencia that didn´t happen https://elintervencionista.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/day-19-festival-of-fire-sol2020-challenge-solsc/
I had a Zoom meeting with my students today!
Imagine what will happen next ❤
Today our house was forever changed….
A vlogging I will go! 🙂
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Grocery shopping in the time of COVID-19: https://girlgriot.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/clean-up-in-aisle-two/
My husband shares the “market” report with me
Still trying to find my grove.
SOL Day 19 Laughter in the Rain
Do yourself a favor, go outside and jump in all the puddles!
The Wild One
One for the homies
Thoughts on it. https://gooddeids1.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/it-day-19/
Okay. I did it. I made it through. But this is not a sustainable solution.
A tanka poem to celebrate the fiddleheads among us.
We all have limits. https://lmwp2016megginv.wordpress.com/2020/03/20/sometimes-it-is-a-not-now/
I followed the lead of some other Slicers today with six word stories…
I’ve learned a few things over these last few days.
A good day for learning. https://carolwscorner.blogspot.com/2020/03/slice-1931-good-day-for-learning.html
Apparently I need reminders all day long no matter where I am.
My daughter is weird
It’s easy to be sleepy on a rainy night.
Power of Breath
I found a draft that my daughter (1 yr old) started when she got ahold of my phone. It became my slice.
Looking for a second wind today! https://thinkingthroughmylens.com/2020/03/19/solc-day-19-searching-for-a-second-wind/
A letter to my kids – Thanks for being awesome, kids!
Favorite moments of the day
I almost missed it.
Trying so hard not to worry . . . https://georgiaiswriting.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/just-one-of-my-worries
I am just rambling. But hey….I got some thoughts out and I feel better. https://themhayskids.com/2020/03/19/is-there-any-sense-here/
Sharp Dressed Man?
No more shopping
Sharp Dressed Man?
Two Days Down
Sometimes kids say really ridiculous things, and sometimes they say things that are really profound,
I’m still going…Interesting ideas are getting harder…but I am sticking it out.
Just what I needed to hear after a very bumpy first day of #schoolfromhome. https://wonderingandwondering.wordpress.com/2020/03/20/exactly-what-i-needed-solc20-sol20/
Wish I could take credit for writing it..
what cultural events might I be missing in this period of social distancing?
Maggie helped me today. She’ll be five next week.
Out with the Old…
The things I used to think…….
Sunshine for the Soul
When my cleaning spell almost turned into a fainting spell!
Part 2 of the almost stole a daffodil story…today I came close again. Instead, I wrote a poem based on “This is Just to Say” about the daffodils.
I don’t like to bear bad news but then again this is not a secret!
A poem-ish reflection on today and yesterday. https://karpenglish.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/yesterday-and-today/
Joining late – mid month, They are not so young anymore.
It’s no wonder my Pawpaw set up camp there most days — he could keep a better eye on everything. https://ejohnson.school.blog/2020/03/20/sol20-central-living/
Finding our way
It might be a long 4 weeks. https://cflathers.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/day-1-everyone-is-home/
A snapshot from a walk I took: https://tendingbulbs.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/snapshot/
What’s your little thing?
It’s amazing what a little sunshine can do for your perspective.
Things just got messy in Argentina https://honderick.blogspot.com/2020/03/a-messy-but-beautiful-world.html
What I’m grateful for. https://midwesternheartindixie.com/2020/03/19/another-beautiful-day/
Sometimes you just have to do it, dalgona!
When Looking for a Leprechaun
I only had six words after a whole day of online PD.
A poem for this first day of spring
The School Counselors
Fountain Pens of Youth
Young writers inspire creativity.
Today just feels weird. With the virus news, the fog became an emotional pull this morning. It made me feel a little bit more exposed even though we were coated in clouds.
a memory of the first time I lied to my mom https://rachelindigo.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/3-19/
Reflecting on where I was 10 years ago… I’d rather social distance than experience this again. https://seasonsofmccormick.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/social-distancing-isnt-that-bad-after-all/
The BIG desk life and a raspberry beret: https://ninaandersonblog.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/the-perils-of-a-big-desk-sol20/
Here’s the link: https://riverbrown.wordpress.com/lets-draw-comics/3/
This should link to page 3 of my project “Drawing Comics” for kids of all ages.
Because a quiet house is sometimes a good thing: https://edsoapbox.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/sol20-day-19-shades-of-silence/
Words of wisdom:
Great advice from Mr. Rogers
The one where we try to move our piano. https://persistenceandpedagogy.com/2020/03/19/piano-slice-of-life-19-31-sol20/
Counting my blessings…
a little slice of a chore my 13 year old was supposed to do today… https://onathought.com/2020/03/19/sol20-march-19-a-slice-of-a-chore/
Also, Zooming is exhausting!
A little down today – no spring in my step
A Not-so-neighborly post…https://humbleswede.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/moving-slightly/
A visit from a fifth-grader reminds us of the simple pleasures in life.
I was getting ready to start working on my writing this morning, when I had an incident with my cat, Floyd. Here is HIS account of what transpired in that incident. 😉
Florida State of Mind
Did somebody see a moose?
A haiku for telework
Find your mind wandering?
The Summer a Carnival Came to Town: A Summer Memory (ok…and a narrative I use with my students!)
Continuing our lives . . .
It is so exciting to write a slice just like Leigh Anne’s. It was great to write with her and other SOL friends.
I knew there was a reason I bought that book! https://timgels.com/2020/03/19/i-might-need-this-some-day/
We need think about what we’re thankful for during these difficult days
Grandma sure knew how to bust through boredom! https://everydaycounts.home.blog/2020/03/19/string-a-button-and-grandma-sol20/
I came to work today. I’m leaving feeling overwhelmed and sad.
SOL #19 Imagine
Do you like surprises? https://romeolitcoach.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/day-19-march-19-2020/
Spring: Poetry with Training Wheels
To all the eggs I used to know. Here’s to the few who have stood tall!
New way to celebrate birthdays at school https://mrsdkrebs.edublogs.org/2020/03/19/add-19-slice-of-life-birthday-wishes/
I’m posting before 10pm – it’s a miracle!
Retelling stories about crying over food.
Feeling so thankful for its presence in recent days, I’ve written an Ode to My Treadmill.
I knew it was too soon to listen. Voicemail: https://schoolinspirations.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/solc-19-of-31-voicemail/
Silver Linings https://sharonmythoughts464115797.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/silver-linings/
We’re going on a shamrock hunt!
Why I Hate March: It is fitting that we celebrate Pi Day in March, because you are irrational. At the same time, your existence gives us the perfect circle.
in the flesh?
Screen Time Overload
He still needs me!
I need to leave the house! It’s been too long. But I would be find not leaving. 🙂 https://alotalot.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/slice-of-life-outside/
Sorry folks, this one’s not upbeat!
Unnecessary mess = siblings for sale!
Day 19 – so much – https://slice661619669.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/thank-you-so-much/
Today, I eat. https://sherrisslice.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/sol-march-19th-i-eat/
I got to write with a slicer from Estonia (Terje) today!
The Digital Divide is a Gaping Hole
Time for a road trip! In isolation of course
Revisiting an old-favorite slice format for the seventh time, give or take. https://cast-of-characters.blogspot.com/2020/03/i-cant-believe-its-not-run-on-sentence.html
What the kids have been up to.
Thoughts on working from home, productivity, and time management
Virtual writing group this morning helped me notebook AND get my slice done. http://deb-day.blogspot.com/2020/03/sol20-day-19-but-you-can-wear-those-to.html
Guest post from my coworker, my student teacher, my dog: https://greenelit.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/sol-day-19-guest-post-from-the-dog/
Conversation with a shower curtain
Getting more than what we need.
Teaching is hard, especially when it’s your own kids. Mommy Class is in session.
#19 Building a Poem around Thoughts
Toy boat toy boat toy boat toy boat
It’s amazing how taking a few minutes to make things symmetrical can help quell the swirling feeling
Getting it Done: Running as a metaphor for teaching
Thank goodness for group texts and Facetime…
Help to stop the worries…
My outlet has been extremely beneficial during this time of uncertainty.
Although I am staying inside, life still goes on.
I’m in love. I’m in love. I’m in love. And I don’t care who knows it. – https://fueledbyideas.home.blog/2020/03/19/i-must-schedule-a-teacher-conference-solsc-day-19/
even in this different atmosphere, spring is coming:
My daughter said something that made my heart so, so happy!
A rainy start to this day… looking for a Rainbow.
In the moments between motion, there is my neighbourhood. https://reflectingonrecreation.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/neighbourhood-mendinng/
This is where I am at today… https://changethewords.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/whereiamat-day-19/
Oh, what we can only imagine https://jumpofffindwings.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/no-crystal-ball/
Day 19: Valley of the Week
I feel like my life has been turned upside down…but I never knew how much I could enjoy the view. My children give me such perspective, hence my inspiration for today’s post:
Watching my daughter play with my husband yesterday brought back some memories of my pregnancy. #girldad #smashthepatriarchy
Maintaining family connections in a new way
How do you learn to love ebooks and ereading? https://thedirigibleplum.com/2020/03/19/how-to-love-ebooks-slice-of-life-19-31-sol20/
Grateful for technology!
I usually hate the sound of the pileated woodpecker hammering away at my house. Today I welcomed it: http://trinarrative.blogspot.com/2020/03/slice-of-life-20-challenge-day-1931.html
1. Say, “Would today have been a snow day?” 2. Now say it again to the tune of “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?” 3. Add your own lyrics and lines to the comments on today’s post.
Have you checked out Mo Willem’s Lunch Doodle?!!
Kids being kids… https://standingtall47.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/kids-being-kids/
Delicious finds from my latest visit to Island Books!
Well been out of my rhythm for a couple days, but finding the chords today…
A field trip for my boys… https://mrsbrunowrites.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/sol-19-field-trip/
Business as usual
What season is it–spring, or fall? A short poem driven by syllables: https://horizon51.blogspot.com/2020/03/solsc-20-day-nineteen-fall-into-spring.html
There’s luck of the Irish in those green rice krispies. https://mythmakersunite.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/luck-o-the-irish-rice-krispies-sol20-day-19/
I invite you to try writing a small poem (15 words or fewer) to a photograph. I’ve adopted this weekly writing prompt from Laura Purdie Salas. Today I feature a fellow slicer’s photo, Kim Douillard. https://reflectionsontheteche.com/2020/03/19/this-photo-wants-to-be-a-poem-5/
Day one is very different over here….
Today I write about a “consequence” of this new normal.
I always loved shared reading and writing as a morning routine at the Long Island Writing Project. We are attempting this digitally and you are invited: http://kathleenneaglesokolowski.weebly.com/courage-doesnt-always-roar–blog/sol20-day-19-connection
Middle and high school PE memory https://pamlingelbach.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/its-so-weird-we-did-that
What do you want to know? https://teachlikeitsmagic.school.blog/2020/03/19/truth-solc-day-19/
When planning and working for an unknown becomes more real, enthusiasm and motivation get thinner and thinner.
Nature calms me down.
Tackling learning or is it “re-learning”. What really happened? A renewed appreciation of quilters and the perseverance new learning takes!
I write about my grandfather’s chair.
I made it out of the house yesterday (for a medical appointment) so I took that opportunity to support a local Lancaster restaurant!
Day 19: Aids & Co-Teachers
When memories aren’t based on events, but perceptions/fears, are they still real? Exploring what makes memoir. https://litcoachlady.com/2020/03/19/sol20-day-19-bedroom-window/
Feeling frustrated – https://ebgriffin1119.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/im-frustrated/
A trip down memory lane…
We’ll be working on a happy birthday for Julia today. Quarantine makes it a little tricky, but we have some ideas…
I found a treasure in what I thought was trash.
Thinking about the times we’re living through now and wondering how it will change our way of being http://www.literacyonthemind.com/2020/03/what-will-be-etched-upon-our-way-of.html
Even the ordinary is now extraordinary.
Songs Written For Me
Poetry heals the soul in trying times. I’m sharing a video poem slice that I created from fellow slicer Kevin Hodgson’s poem response to my slice on social distancing: https://beyondliteracylink.blogspot.com/2020/03/more-on-social-distancingsolsc-19.html
It is not the game of life … or is it?
Old and new technology came together to inspire this laughable moment…
Predawn can get pretty busy…
Animal encounters are therapeutic for all of us https://literacywithatwist.blogspot.com/2020/03/sol20-day-19-animal-encounters.html
The world feels different right now . . .
Slice of Life/SmallPoems Day 19 (rock/wreath/remembering)
On childhood windows:
She is four. She wanted to play my grandmother’s piano. Didn’t see this coming…,
A new goal.
Last hug: https://wheresthejoy.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/last-hug/
Thoughts on an “Uninvited Guest.”
The comfort (and fun) of writing about some familiar friends
Eleven days = eleven questions + a pinch of self-control. https://mrspalmerponders.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/eleven/
Looking for comfort in tea and poetry. https://jarhartz.com/2020/03/19/slice-of-life-meditation-on-a-cup-of-tea/
first one? no way! https://stephslittlesliceoflife.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/so-your-boyfriend-reads-your-blog-and/
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