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SOLSC: Day 2 — What to do?

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Slice of Life Small LogoYep, I’m stuck already. I was at school for 10 hours, and I’m exhausted! Some of my students are writing Slice of Life stories each day, too, as a little group with me. I asked “N” at the end of after school detention today, “I still have to go home and write! What should I write about?” He said, “Write about US! The After School Detention Squad!” I did LOL (Laugh Out Loud)!

I said I’d rather write about a book club than an after-school detention group. He said he’d join that group, too! (Too? NO! Instead of!)

Dinner, chatting, writing…I’m off to bed!

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!

4 thoughts on “SOLSC: Day 2 — What to do?

  1. Each of us slicers will have a day like yours, a post like yours! And that’s okay. I think what’s important is that we are asking ourselves “What do I want to write about today?” rather than “Will I write today?” On to tomorrow!

  2. I love your honesty about not having any ideas. Those long days can be so mentally exhausting. Thanks for sharing.

  3. We all have days like this. Hopefully, this is your day and you will feel inspired for the next 29 days. I thought the same thing and was really about to stress over it. So, I just wrote about what was on my heart and in my head. Stay encouraged. Spring Break is near.

  4. Lol me too! This is going to be a struggle !

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