Today I… #sol16 8 of 31

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Today I…

Today I had treats waiting on my desk when I arrived in the morning. (Thank you Treat Fairy!)

Today I was invited to a classroom where students shared their ideas for saving the planet by taking small actions in our school community. Action is the heart of the PYP! ๐Ÿ™‚

Today I had a better day than yesterday.

Today I held four curriculum meetings and one team meeting.

Today I got to talk a lot about writing, and it felt good! I realize how much I miss being a literacy coach.

Today I gazed at my flowers I received yesterday for Albanian Teacher’s Day. I love fresh flowers!

Today I realized it’s my bestie’s 1 month countdown to her baby’s arrival!!!

Today I wished loads of women Happy International Women’s Day!

Today I treated myself to a manicure and pedicure. Now I’m pretty in pink! ๐Ÿ™‚

Today I am slicing from a bar, where I’m munching on chips and guac and drinking a Malibu and Coke. I sorta love it.

Today I made children laugh.

Today I read. And not just emails!

Today I scared two people…and then proceeded to laugh my head off!

Today I wished a fabulous friend a happy birthday…so sad I’m not there to celebrate with her this year.

Today I booked a car for my road trip to Greece this weekend.

Today I had such a great conversation about writing and teaching with a colleague and friend.

Today I was productive.

Today I was happy.

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22 thoughts on “Today I… #sol16 8 of 31

  1. elsie

    Now that’s the way to have a great day! Each item alone could bring a smile, but what a bouquet of special-ness for this day!

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  2. maribethbatcho

    Thanks for the post, and the reminder that sometimes lovely things come from the simple. No need to complicate or overthink. The scaffold was enough…Have a great time in Greece!

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  4. bjdonaldson

    I think this is a great structure for a slice. Very effective. Moving through your day as you did in this slice made me feel like I was right there with you. Thanks for sharing.

    I used to live in Greece. Have a great trip and enjoy the beautiful countryside.

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  5. cmargocs

    Omigosh, I love this list. I needed to read about someone’s happy day as I sit here all grumpy from mine…this is one of the perks of the SOLSC, living vicariously through others’ blogs!

    Reply

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