I love this quote from Bill Watterson, because it reminds me that a new beginning can happen any time. Yes, in January we talk about the new year. (When I pulled this quote to prep for this post back at the end of December, that is what I was thinking about.) However, it is also true at the beginning of a new week, a new day, or—on tough days—a new hour.
Today I choose to flip to a brand new page of my notebook, and I choose to write. I hope you will join me!
Write a Slice of Life.
Share your link in the comments section of this post.
Give comments to at least three other Slice of Life stories.
If you are interested in donating prizes for #SOL21, you can find more information here.
If you will be returning as a slicer this year, we hope you will consider joining our team of Welcome Wagon volunteers. If you missed our post calling for volunteers, please check it out to find out why this job is so important. If you’re ready to sign up, you can do that here.
Thank you to everyone who contributes to make the March Slice of Life Story Challenge such an energy-giving time of year!
Reader, writer, and instructional coach. Always thinking. Collaborating to innovate the learning experience for students and educators.