My mother loves March and not just because it is her anniversary. Not because of other family celebrations (anniversary, birthdays), but because she is guaranteed something posted on my blog every, single, day. She is a huge fan of the SOLSC because of the volume it forces me to produce.
Luckily she doesn’t care if it is a story about her grand daughter, a reflection on life as a teacher, insight into life in the Middle East, or talking about books. As long as something is written and waiting in her feed, she is content.
Today I am glad to know that this post is both making her smile and giving me something to write about. I decided that reflecting on her appreciation was a better option than the challenges of an eminent move to a new classroom space, wondering if we are still in winter or starting an early spring, or talking about how much I love to see my students engaged in a project where they are learning from one another as they need support to complete their task.
This is a shout-out across time zones – thanks for reading Mom!