#SOLSC22: 28

Day 28 of the Slice of Life Story Challenge 2022. The end is in sight!

Format: Right Now

I read Sally’s post yesterday with this format: link here

And I used this format way back in 2014 here.


Right now I am . . .

Thinking of ways to describe today’s educator

Counting the days left in March

Celebrating the 27 Previously written posts,

Trying to focus on my one little word, “being patient”.

Remembering we both began as special educators.

Feeling like we’ve been friends for decades.

Spending time attending and delivering PD.

Laughing at our silly, “graceful” antics.

Obsessing about tasks that need to be done.

Blogging in shared writing space

Finishing each other’s sentences.

Acting like sisters across the miles.

Thank you, Dr. Mary Howard for the positive influence, mentorship, and friendship in my personal and professional life. You are truly a gem in both #CuriosityCrew and #G2Great.

Photo by Alexas_Fotos on Unsplash

Have you found any NEW formats or revisited old formats when the stories are slowly being revealed?


Thank you, Two Writing Teachers, for this daily forum during the month of March.

Check out the writers and readers here.

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10 responses

  1. It’s always nice to revisit a format, and then to celebrate a friend.

  2. I like how you turned this format into a celebration post for friendship. Laughing and finishing each other’s sentences are signs of closeness.

  3. Love the revisiting of a format and this was a great tribute post. 🙂

  4. I have really enjoyed your slices this month and recognizing some of your subjects. You and Mary are a dynamic duo for sure!

  5. This format really puts us in the moment. A great way to celebrate a friend and mentor.

  6. I was pretty sure … but had it at Acting … last week is tough for sure

    1. Overplanning.
      Enjoyed adapting the gratitude theme to a different format.

  7. I’m
    Using this one today as well! The simple structure still lends itself to deeper thought and insight into our lives. Thanks for sharing g.

    1. It’s a fun one. I had my content and process planned. I so forgot that I could use old structures. LOL

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