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SOLSC Day 26: Spring Plans

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Slice of Life Small LogoThank you to the ladies at Two Writing Teachers (www.twowritingteachers.wordpress.com) for hosting the March Slice of Life Story Challenge!

Spring Plans

Spring brings about change — in weather, in activities, in attitude. This spring I have several plans. Let’s call this my public “to-do” list:

* Clean this house! My OLW (One Little Word) this year is LEAN. I want to keep decluttering; I’m getting there.

* Spruce up and repair the outside. We need some maintenance on the house, especially since all of our gates along the fence are broken. Planting flowers would add some much-needed color to our house.

* Travel: spring break in Florida, coming right up! Yay! I cannot wait to experience some of those wonderful rays of sun and the pool.

* Exercise outside. This is the perfect time of year to set new goals for my LEAN body. I want to work out with the track team at the school’s track. I can’t run (knees), but I could sure do for some brisk walks. My husband plays softball, so maybe I could help him warm up by playing catch or fielding some softballs during the team’s practices.

* Get ready for SUMMER! I hope to stay active this summer. It’s so much better for the mind, body, and soul. No more sicknesses!

Now that I’ve written it down, it should all happen. Let’s see if this strategy works.

 

Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

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

2 thoughts on “SOLSC Day 26: Spring Plans

  1. The power of blogging, once you have written it down, and published, you are more likely to make it happen. Your one little word reminds me of Lean In.

  2. That’s a great list – here’s hoping that you get to it, bit by bit, and enjoy the process.

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