#SOL15: March Challenge Day 14



Framework of individuals, friends and family members

Accepting, no judgment, always there to support

Miles may separate us, but always joined together in spite of the miles

Individuals with separate identities

Loved, liked, admired and unconditionally supported

Yours, uniquely, yours!

(Just a quick slice – so much to see and do!)

Slice of Life

Check out the writers, readers and teachers here. Thanks to Stacey, Anna, Beth, Tara, Dana and Betsy at “Two Writing Teachers” for creating a place for us to share our work.  So grateful for this entire community of writers who also read, write and support each other!


18 responses

  1. Hi Fran,
    I don’t usually like acrostics, but since it was YOU, I clicked over. I DO like your family acrostic. You did a beautiful job of connecting the ideas so that it wasn’t all about the letters. We talked about you yesterday at a meeting. Were your ears burning? All complimentary and a result of twitter connections.

    1. Thanks, Melanie! My goal was to try to use at least two words with the same letter and really bring in the MEANING – so I think that was accomplished!

      Nope, didn’t feel my ears burning! Love our twitter and face to face connections! 🙂

  2. Enjoy spending time with them while you can! Fun acrostic!

    1. Thanks, Erin! Great weekend!

  3. Great job with the “family” acrostic. I’ve tried them in the past and have enjoyed the challenge. Thanks for sharing yours.

    1. Thanks, Judy, for reading and commenting!

  4. Uniquely yours. How true! Miles do separate families physically, but the hearts and minds are linked at all times. Enjoy yours this weekend.

    1. Thanks, Lee Ann! Thought of you as I was traveling through MO!

  5. I am a fan of acrostics. It is always interesting to see what words come to mind when thing about the given word. Happy pi day. Have a nice weekend.

    1. Great pi day! We talked about that several times! Thanks for reading and commenting!

  6. I love the way you used the acrostic format to convey an important idea and image. So often when it is used the driving force is not the idea but the letters. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Thanks, Jill, for recognizing the importance of the ideas!

  7. Nothing like a family…enjoy, Fran.

    1. So very true . . . Thanks, Tara!

  8. Like Melanie said, I love the connections . Just like family- intertwined.

    1. Thanks, Julieanne!
      Fun thinking – love your use of Intertwined!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

Mrs. Palmer Ponders

Noticing and celebrating life's moments of any size.


Seeking Ways to Grow Proficient, Motivated, Lifelong Readers & Writers

Doing The Work That Matters

a journey of growing readers & writers

Present Perfect

adventures in multiple tenses

Leadership Connection

from Great Prairie AEA

The Blue Heron (Then Sings My Soul)

The oft bemused (or quite simply amused) musings of Krista Marx -- a self-professed HOPE pursuing Pollyanna

Middle English

Life as an English teacher leader

steps in the literacy journey

Walking the Path to Literacy Together


Smile! You’re at the best WordPress.com site ever

Resource - Full

Sharing Ideas, Strategies and Tools

Joel Pedersen

be that #oneperson


All Things Literacy! Brianna Parlitsis


A meeting place for a world of reflective writers.

elsie tries writing

"The problem with people is they forget that that most of the time it's the small things that count." (Said by Finch in All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. These are my small things that count.

I Haven't Learned That Yet

This blog serves to document my path of learning and teaching.

Simply Inspired Teaching

A blog by Kari Yates

Reflections on Leadership and Learning

Sharing my learning experiences

AnnaGCockerille Literacy

The Generative Power of Language: Building Literacy Skills One Word at a Time

Reading to the Core

Just another WordPress.com site

Karen Gluskin

My Teaching Experiences and Qualifications

To Read To Write To Be

Thoughts on learning and teaching

%d bloggers like this: