Saturday, April 11, 2015
Celebrate Turn #11
I am ever so grateful to Ruth Ayres for inviting us to share and celebrate events, big or small, from our week.
I am arriving at that time of the school year where I have more days on my calendar with something to do than blank days. Between my children's schedules, my schedule and my school schedule, it is going to be a busy two months. Today I celebrate blank days where I can breathe and regroup for the next rush in my schedule.
We have 30 school days left. Not that I am ready for this one to end, nor to say goodbye to this group of students, but I am ready to start reflecting on this year and thinking about changes for the next year. Today I celebrate reflection.
Today I celebrate Sibling Day. I have an older sister and a younger brother and sister. I am so lucky to have them and to be able to share growing up and growing old together. I am also glad that my own children have each other. They have always been able to get along well and support each other. Last night, Megan even wished Ethan a Happy Sibling Day ~ that made me smile.
I have many things to smile about today, including a wonderfully sunny and warm day! Have a great week and may you find many celebrations along the way.
April is National Poetry Month, and I am celebrating with many other bloggers by writing and sharing poetry. Please check out the hashtag #digipoetry on Twitter to find more poems written by writers in our blogging community. Please consider joining us. Write when you can, share when you write. It is that simple.
the simple and the hard
the big and the small
the light and the dark
the happy and the sad