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Slice of Life Tuesday: OLW Checkpoint

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IMG_5345My One Little Word for this year met a fork in the road during the decision-making process, so I have two words: Dream and Do. My checkpoint for the 5 month mark made me marvelously excited!

  1. I dreamed of remodeling my house for years. We were finally able to DO the remodeling: kitchen/dining room paint, bedroom paint, furnace and air mechanics, and we put up a new roof! Progress!
  2. I dreamed of becoming a school librarian. I passed the courses, test, and added School Librarian to my NEW license!
  3. I dreamed of my children succeeding in school, and my youngest daughter graduated from high school last weekend.

I guess I picked the right word(s) this year! Thank you all for supporting me and sharing the joy!Slice of Life Small Logo

 

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!

3 thoughts on “Slice of Life Tuesday: OLW Checkpoint

  1. If you dream it, it will happen. Looks like you are living the dream. Congrats on all fronts!

  2. Love the reminder to check in on our OLW. So good that dreaming is leading to doing. Congratulations on your daughter’s graduation.

  3. Such big celebrations and so connected to your OLW. It’s all wonderful to hear, Jennifer.

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