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Slice of Life Tuesday: Today I…

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Slice of Life Small LogoToday I…

This post comes from inspiration from another Slicer today. I thought I was too busy to post, but writers need to write, so I’m writing.

Today I…taught reading, writing, and social studies geography to 2 groups of awesome 6th graders.

Today I…graded papers before I left school, to save myself the trouble of bringing a bag of work home.

Today I…mowed the front lawn. It needed it!

Today I…vacuumed the upstairs of the house. It needed it!

Today I…took the clean dishes out of the dishwasher (that have been there for 2 days).

Today I…loaded the dishwasher with another pile of dirty ware and turned the knob to “on.”

Today I…read blog posts, and WROTE THIS!

Tonight I…feel much better.

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!

7 thoughts on “Slice of Life Tuesday: Today I…

  1. It’s back to school madness right now, isn’t it? We are trying to adjust over here as well. I’m glad you wrote – YOU needed it!

  2. Hurrah for you! Exercise while cleaning and mowing is good for the soul after all that ‘mental’ work. I’m glad you wrote too. Have a good rest of the evening, Jennifer!

  3. Way to go! What a day . . . and you wrote too!

  4. YAY!!! Doesn’t it feel good to show up…especially when it’s hard?!?! Love this post and love that you wrote! 🙂

  5. What an incredibly busy day – and you got to write. Fun post.

  6. Sometimes I think I won’t write and then it’s like a splinter that needs to be removed. It bugs me until I write. So you have a little bit of that in you too. What a day you’ve had! Life is busy, but we make time for things that matter to us.

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