Book 9 of 2021—don’t judge how far behind my goal I am. Packing and moving killed my reading this spring and summer. It turns out sitting around and reading when there are boxes to pack made me feel like I should have been packing instead… anyway. On to Book Thoughts: I enjoyed the read; I […]
I found out this morning that a student of mine lost his dad earlier this week. Writing helps me process, so here: The day your world turned upside down, the day your heart was ripped into a million pieces, the day you learned your parents aren’t infalible immortal superhumans like you thought they were when […]
The other day I was asked how long I’ve been speaking Spanish. As I thought about it, it occurred to me that I started learning Spanish 15 and a half years ago. I remember that exactly, specifically. I was a high school sophomore signed up in the only foreign language class my 1A high school […]
I think we all have moments as parents when the weight of parenthood truly and suddenly sits on us. It happens in cycles: the weight of keeping the kids alive, the weight of keeping them safe, the weight of protecting their minds, guiding them through the many crises of life. It can be heavy. That’s […]
Today was a day I desperately needed. It was a good day. Problems are being solved. Did we order enough digital accounts for my students to have access to the digital curriculum this year? Yes. Did anyone think about how all these kids are going to charge their chromebooks in the building? Yes. What happens […]
4 thoughts on “They Sing of Rain”
Free association is a very useful tool across fields, a very well known technique in the therapeutic process as well. I like this post, thanks for sharing 😊
Thank you! The kids had a great time with it!