Monthly Archives: March 2015

SOLSC 15 Day 21: Balancing

More slices can be read at Two Writing Teachers. It’s Saturday.  Last night on the way home, I thought about how I need to balance everything.  My thinking began with reviewing in my head the two day computer/tech conference. It … Continue reading

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SOLSC 15 Day 20: First Day of Spring

Thanks to the people at Two Writing Teachers for providing a place for sharing our slices. The word for today at My Juicy Little Universe is HATCH.  Perfect word for the first dy of spring. I like this form,  Shadorma:  It’s six … Continue reading

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SOLSC 15 Day 19: When Your Brain Get So Filled, It Hurts.

More slices can be found at Two Writing Writing. It’s the Northwest Council of Computer Education annual conference. It’s in Portland, Oregon. Yesterday was the Teacher-Librarian Summit with the theme, “Finding Your Voice”. Good topic as with the changes going … Continue reading

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SOLSC 15 SOLSC Day 18: Preparing for National Poetry Month

More slices can be found at Two Writing Teachers. National Poetry Month is thirteen days away. In addition to sending out postcards, I am providing poetry prompts with double L’s in the word (because my name has two ll’s). The … Continue reading

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SOLSC 15 Day 17: Forward…LurCH

Lots of interesting slices for reading at Two Writing Teachers. The word for the day at My Little Juicy Universe is LURCH. St. Patrick’s Day Dressed for school I noticed something quite uncool My clothes are clean But I could scream … Continue reading

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SOLSC15 Day 16: Mom Monday

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers who have created a community of writers. It’s Mom Monday. Mom worked nights as a nurse.  Dad became a teacher in 1957-58ish so he worked days.  They did this in order to have one parent … Continue reading

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SOLSC15 Day 15: My Brother

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for the challenge to write a SOL every day in March.  Can’t believe we’re half way there. It’s the Ides of March.  It’s my younger and only sibling’s birthday. Jon, probably 5 0r 6. Being … Continue reading

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SOLSC15 Day 14: Exciting News Which I Have Sat On For Months

Enjoy everyone’s slices at Two Writing Teachers. I am still figuring out the ropes of where to send poems for publication.  I missed out on the earlier editions of the Poetry Friday Anthologies because of my naivety. BUT last fall … Continue reading

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SOLSC15 Day 13: Forward…March Challenge

Read more slices at Two Writing Teachers. I love participating in the poetry challenges. My Little Juicy Universe has a challenge for March featuring CH words.  Today’s word is ARCH. Today’s Little Ditty is featuring the tanka form for March. So … Continue reading

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SOLSC 15 Day 12: Freaking Out

More slices can be found at Two Writing Teachers. I stayed home today. I had an acupuncture appointment mid-day. The morning gave me plenty of time to thing about the changes my husband and I have been discussing: downsizing, selling … Continue reading

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