And truly, my day rocked. It began with cheering up my son, Liam. It's his 12th birthday, but it started off a bit sour because his alarm didn't go off. A trip to get donuts turned that around quickly. And how much do I love that I could sing to him between classes and run across the hall before his lunch to give him a birthday hug. He said he didn't love that part, but his giant grin told me otherwise. Day made.
Also, I had a blast with my classes today. We began the day in homerooms finding out that our class performed the most kind acts during a challenge. Woo hoo! We also began a class Instagram account to share book talks (@SagesHoots if you'd like to follow us). They are also being shared at our Twitter account with the same username. Finally, we posted our Blackout poetry from last week on a wall. Looking over their poems filled me with pride. They are just so creative!
Tonight I'm hanging with my crazy dogs before we're heading to Liam's band concert. And while I certainly have other things that need to fill that hour, I can't wait to see how his band has grown since the winter concert.
So Colby, there is no one #BestPartofMyDay, because the whole day rocked. Thanks for the chance to reflect on it!
Slice of Life is a challenge hosted by Two Writing Teachers