Hello There… SOL #20

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Hello there…

I am silly yet serious, friendly and finicky, loving and loquacious.
I keep my word, memories, and a writer’s notebook.
I wish I could live in Sydney, Australia or Inle Lake, Myanmar or Edinburgh, Scotland.
I love goat cheese, a good book, lazy days, traveling the world, challenges, and the anticipation of something new.
I dance more when I’m around my friends, but never very well.
I sing loudly and generally off-key.
I think about where to visit next, about what’s best for kids, and about my family often.
I really love my family and friends and the richness they bring to my life.
I need a massage right now. Good thing I’m planning on one later today.
I should work less and relax more.
I can talk about literacy all day long.
I like familiar routines as well as change, trying new restaurants, swapping funny stories, and writing.
I make friends easily.
I always like to sleep in. Mornings are meant to be eased into… 
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20 thoughts on “Hello There… SOL #20

      1. freegriffa

        Singing off key and talking literacy all day long can make for a well-rounded, creative and great teacher! Sing it loud- the kids don’t care! 😃

  1. mgminer

    I love how structures open up so many possibilities. Sounds like you’ve had many rich experiences. I also love to talk literacy with anyone who will listen and share!

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    1. aggiekesler Post author

      Yeah, it actually does. I kept pondering the first line, “I am…” Do I say I am a daughter, friend, sister, principal, etc.? Or do I go deeper? I had to really think about it. I’d love to do it again another time and see how much it changes!

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  2. Tricia Ebarvia

    So many great writing prompt ideas looking at everyone’s slices today – and yours is no exception! I agree that it’s wonderful the way structures can actually open up so many possibilities for us as writers. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. elsie

    Loved the alliteration in your first line! Nothing totally surprised me, because I’ve been reading your slice and this information just confirmed my thinking. I wish I could make you a pan of mac and cheese. Then we could talk literacy as we inhaled it. 🙂

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