October 11, 2014

Celebrate | This & That




Ended the week sick, but there is always something to celebrate...

...like cold medicine and tissues

...the Shoe Cutting Party last Friday

...Jim receiving the Ian Fowler's Volunteer of the Year Award from Volleyball New Brunswick

He goes above and beyond all year long to help athletes, coaches, and families. We still don't know who was all involved, but when I heard the beautiful letter at the awards dinner, I thought, "There is no way he isn't going to win the award with a letter written like that!"

...having brunch with my mom and visiting Aunt Gloria

...asking M how she knew the answer to the math question and she said, "Well, I'm a bit of an expert at it!"

...working with Lori, Jason and Gail everyday

...having a certain student come to me on his own and say "I'm sorry."

...seeing my cousin, Ida, and her family after 12 years

...hearing Annie's response this morning

Annie, I'm going to fill a basket with books to give away on Halloween night.

That would be a dream come true if I were trick or treating!

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Finding joy in the little and big moments of life!


12 comments:

  1. Your gratitude flows freely ... what an encouragement to be here!!

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  2. It's always a blessing to look back at a week and find the easy to find celebrations, but also some of those that could quickly be overlooked! Have a wonderful week!

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  3. Sorry about the sickness, but what a beautiful week of celebrations. Love that trick 'r treat idea, my dream too. Congratulations to your husband-that is very special. Hope you're well soon.

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  4. Love all the little things that you noticed this week. That adds up to something very big. Hope you are feeling better! Rest..

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    1. Thank you for coming here to celebrate with me.

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  5. So much to celebrate even though you were sick. I love the time you spent with family and friends, and the fun interactions with your students. Hope you feel better soon!

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    1. Ramona, thank you for your visits here.

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  6. Wishing you will get better soon. I believe all the celebrations work as a bit of medicine. I like that you celebrated tissues.

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