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SOLSC Day 7: One Week!

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One Week!

Hey, Slicers! This is Day 7. We have been writing consistently for one week! Great job, everybody!

Well, today, we are all recuperating — and it’s sunny! The snow is melting into large puddles of splashing water; it makes me want to hook up the hose and wash the cars…

and have a garage sale (look at all this junk),

and go swimming (plans for the pool already),

and plan my summer PD traveling events (Boothbay! I’m working on it.).

Come on, spring! Thanks for the glimpse, the preview, the light at the end of the tunnel!

Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

I write about reading and literacy education. My passion is sharing titles I use for reading and writing workshop teaching. My goal is collaborating, researching, and sharing with other life-long literacy learners. Welcome to my blog!

6 thoughts on “SOLSC Day 7: One Week!

  1. How nice is it to see the sun shining brightly again? Hurray!

  2. Sun is shining here too–going to the pool is one of my favorite parts of summer, thanks for the reminder that it’s just around the corner (kind of)!

  3. Sunshine brings out the joy and energy in everyone. So glad it’s here.

  4. Sunshine and warmer temps give us hope, don’t they? Your post makes me smile.

  5. Ohhhh! That sounds so good. We’re not quite there yet in Michigan. A little melting going to happen tomorrow…. puddles…. I feel your spring!

  6. The sunshine was delightful today! I can see the light at the end of the tunnel too!

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