March 9, 2014

Slice of Life | Day 9


When I started this, I told myself I was not going to write about not knowing what to write about.

When I started this, I told myself I was going to be able to keep up after the March break.

Well, I don't know what to write about...

...and school starts tomorrow and I have the I-can't-keep-up-with-school feeling again!

But God is my Helper every day...

          ...and I get to see my adorable students tomorrow

                    ...and I just wrote something




16 comments:

  1. You are keeping up wonderfully! I used the "after the but comes the truth" with one of my daughters today. I have loved your slices!

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    1. You are so sweet.

      How neat is that! Glad it was useful! :)

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  2. I love how you formatted this with the indenting at the end of the post! I am sure your students will easily give you something for tomorrow! :-)
    Michelle
    BigTime Literacy

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  3. You did! I hope you have a great week at school.

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  4. I am waiting for this day to happen to me because I. Know. It. Will! I am glad you worked through it! Enjoy your day back with your students!

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    1. Days and evenings are so full of school stuff...It's hard to focus on writing every day. Holy moly! I enjoy being a part of it though...I enjoy it tremendously!

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  5. I am always both apprehensive and excited to go back after a break. Wishing you many wonderful comments overheard tomorrow to give fuel to your writer's spirit! Have a blessed week!

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  6. Yes you did and those lovely students of yours will give you even more to write about all week long! We all have these days.

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  7. Oh, everyone will write a post of not knowing what to write about. You sit and wait and start typing and it happens. A slice about not knowing what to write. But you still wrote! It still "counts" and the challenge continues on. Looking forward to more slices, perhaps stories from school.

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  8. Loralee,
    I enjoyed the way you used repetition in your piece. It really pulls it together. I had to laugh that you told yourself you wouldn't write about not being able to write. I told myself it would be ok if I had to do that. I know how this works. ;o)

    Cathy

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