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It’s Tuesday! Welcome to Slice of Life on #TWTBlog!

It’s Tuesday! That means it’s time for Slice of Life on #TWTBlog.

As one of your new co-authors and your host for August’s Slice of Life Tuesdays, I offer you inspiration straight out this month’s “Resetting Our Workshop Practices” blog series: What is something you used to be? used to have? used to do? And now?

Watch this quick video for a little more from me and this Slice of Life inspiration:

As always, craft a slice of life story (in any form)based on the idea above or something elseshare a link in the comments section below, and read and comment on the slices of at least three others.

Write. Share. Give.

We are so glad you are here! Thank you for being a part of our amazing community of writers.

Morgan Davis View All

A writer who found myself in the summer workshop after my third year of teaching. The summer before my daughter was born. The summer after my first wedding anniversary. The summer before my dad died. The summer that changed my life forever because it added to my identity in a way that unlocked a way of life. That writing could be a tool, not just for thinking, but for being, was the greatest gift of that summer.

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  1. Morgan, I loved listening to your Tuesday introduction and pep talk! My slice isn’t about what I used to do or don’t do, more like a continuation of an annual tradition I have of asking my fifth graders (some of whom have been with me for five years!) to write me letters at the end of their time with me. So. Letter day. It’s an emotional one… https://edsoapbox.com/2022/08/02/slice-of-life-tuesday-dispatches-from-fifth-grade/

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    • You know, if I hadn’t already written my sol, I would’ve totally tried out what you suggested in that video! (Btw: I did wonder where you were in our first Zoom call. Now I know.) Love the challenge you’ve given and how you connected it to the blog series.

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