My classroom is not a quiet, orderly place.
Students are constantly moving, thinking, talking, reading and writing.
I do my best to help my students find success.



March 4, 2015

Priorities (Feelings) SOLC #4

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Science kit repacking (frustrated)
Headed for home at nearly 7 (exhausted)
Talked with college daughter (uplifted)
Hot dinner in the crock pot (impressed)
Younger daughter helping friend (proud)
Laundry, garbage, kitchen duty (bored)
Planning (inspired)
Planning (stuck)
Ask friend for help (hopeful)
Planning (refocused)
Nag younger daughter to get in the shower (annoyed)
Remember to slice (anxious)
Read a comment (calmed)
Eat a mini cheesecake (satiated)
Put computer away until tomorrow (sleepy)



12 comments:

  1. This is so cute!! I wonder where you got your inspiration? It makes me think of that tag that you can add to your facebook post that says .------feeling "insert emotion word here" and they have a thousand and one feeling words to select. I can also relate to many of your activities and related emotions..including the getting home at 7:00 and planning, planning, planning!

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  2. This is so cute!! I wonder where you got your inspiration? It makes me think of that tag that you can add to your facebook post that says .------feeling "insert emotion word here" and they have a thousand and one feeling words to select. I can also relate to many of your activities and related emotions..including the getting home at 7:00 and planning, planning, planning!

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  3. I loved your structure- what looks so simple truly highlights all your daily emotions. Lovely.

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  4. What a fun slice! I love it! An emotional roller coaster of a day, or actually just evening/night! Sleep tight! (zzzzzz)

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  5. Yikes here too, despite the best of intentions to write in the morning. I got sidetracked -- some of your items speak to my day too. No cheesecake but now I'm thinking about what I can do with some freeze dried strawberry slices.

    Interesting structure too: the seeming simplicity is deceptive. A good way to analyze (or self-debrief from a hectic day). I bet everyone who comes by will give it a try -- for sure I will.

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  6. Great way to express your feelings and your day/evening. Such a roller coaster ride we are on each day.

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  7. I had fun reading this slice. I wonder if it was fun to write? I will have to try this structure! Thanks for sharing your day with us!!

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  8. I'm inspired by the structure of your slice. A quick reflection of your day and the range of emotions we experience daily!

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  9. I'm inspired by the structure of your slice. A quick reflection of your day and the range of emotions we experience daily!

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  11. I'm inspired by the structure of your slice. A quick reflection of your day and the range of emotions we experience daily!

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  12. Such a fun structure for a slice! I might have to try this!

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