#SOL15: March Challenge Day 27 – Tomorrow

This slice was inspired by a post by Erin yesterday here and will give you a preview of what my slices will probably look like for the remainder of March!  THANKS, Erin!

tomorrow

Tomorrow,

I will wake up in NYC.

Tomorrow,

I will enjoy breakfast at the Lucerne.

Tomorrow,

I will pack a lunch to take to TC for the Saturday reunion so I shan’t miss a single minute of learning or fellowship.

Tomorrow,

I will ride the subway to TC.

Tomorrow,

I will go early to pick up a flyer listing the sessions.

Tomorrow,

I will be at majestic Riverside Church for the opening keynote.

Tomorrow,

I will listen raptly to Lucy Calkins, Patricia Palaccio and Kylene Beers and many others.

Tomorrow,

I will join approximately 3,000+ friends both new and old for Saturday reunion.

Tomorrow,

I will be making choices about sessions – 125 free ones to choose from.

Tomorrow,

I will be wearing comfortable walking shoes for the miles I will travel.

Tomorrow,

I will be learning from some of the best in the field of literacy.

Tomorrow,

I will be tweeting and blogging back where I really began tweeting and blogging.

Tomorrow,

I will joining “Slicers” at the Kitchenette.

Tomorrow,

Will soon be here!

tcrwp

What will your tomorrow bring?

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Check out the writers, readers and teachers who are “slicing” 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!

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23 responses

  1. Tomorrow holds so much promise for learning and sharing. I will have to check on Twitter during the day to see what’s happening in NYC. What an awesome day you will have!

    1. A huge promise for learning with friends. It will be fun to see how many “slicers” are present.

  2. I got goosebumps reading this. Can’t wait my friend!

    1. Such a fun weekend we will have!

  3. It’s such a magical day! Very jealous! Enjoy the promise of it and the actuality of it.

    1. Love the “actuality” of it all! Will do!

  4. Tomorrow~
    I will be envious
    Tomorrow~
    I will be learning from your tweets
    Tomorrow~
    I will be looking for more learning on your blog
    ~HINT!

    1. Deb,
      What a perfect refrain!

      LOVE that you extended this!

  5. Love it! You nailed it, and built such anticipation alongside gratitude and wonder. And this 1st timer got some new info!

    1. My first time for Saturday reunion – I reread some previous blogs!!!! ❤

  6. I sense the anticipation and growing excitement. Enjoy your tomorrow. I look forward to reading about it.

    1. I can’t wait to be there, enjoy it all, and then write about it as well!

  7. Can’t wait for tomorrow! Message me so that we can sit together at Riverside!

    1. I will probably plan to be there early. Sat with Stacey last summer in second row! Awesome introduction!

  8. Tomorrow I will be jealous, but learning from afar as generous teachers are always sharing what they learn:) Have fun!

    1. Erika,
      In the “old” days (AKA before Twitterh, we had no idea what we were missing. I have loved following these days at home on my computer. Now that I have seen the schedule, choices are going to be incredibly hard!!!

  9. Tomorrow is a word that holds such promise. Alway want to break into the song from the show Annie. “The sun will come out tomorrow” as TCRWP helps 3000+ teachers shine a light on their learning. Hope to see you, at least to wave from afar! Enjoy the learning that awaits. Stephanie

    1. Stephanie,
      There was a graphic of Annie with the words behind it that had me singing this morning. Loved that connection but it wasn’t the look that I wanted. Do wave, shout, or come to the slicer after party. My brain will literally be on fire by then.

  10. Tomorrow I will see you!

    1. Perfect response, Catherine!
      Tomorrow
      I will be so lucky to see you!

  11. You made my day! 🙂
    I am looking forward to your posts where you share all of your amazing learning with those of us who weren’t lucky enough to go. Have fun!

    1. Erin,
      Tomorrow
      And all days
      I will happily share!

  12. You made my day! Have fun at the reunion. I’m looking forward to hearing about your learning.

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