My One Little Word (#OLW) was out in force this holiday weekend.
So many choices . . . It was a family weekend . . .
Relatives and a funeral
The beginning of the NCAA football season . . .
Sunday AMarekN Family
Monday Labor Day Dinner and 15 Mareks/Ruths
A blog post for Literacy Lenses: All Learning is Social and Emotional: Helping Students Develop Essential Skills for the Classroom and Beyond. (link)
It began with a text!
“Good morning, Fran. Just realized you’re in the great state of Iowa and so am I this weekend! My brother lives in Kalona. How far am I from you?”
And so noteworthy!
On Saturday we were playing cards at my aunt Janie’s in Kalona which is about 100 miles from my home. I was there in Kalona the day before. Kalona, a town in the northwest part of the county where I grew up.
It was an irresistible invitation. We solved the problems of the world, literacy, schools, and the state of education on Sunday when I met up with Dayna Wells, from California, that I met in real life in New York City at a TCRWP Saturday reunion over four and a half years ago (Link). A reader. A writer. A blogger. A Slicer. A TCRWP learner!
How did you celebrate Labor Day weekend 2019?
What were your choices?
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