SOLSC17: 27/31, By the Numbers

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Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing every day in March.

At The Daily Meow, there was a post by the numbers.  Love this idea.

1 We have one dog, Buster,  who is a character.

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2 Wonderful daughters, one is a nurse working on her Bachelor’s in Nursing and one is an administrative assistant.

3 Fantastic grandgirls, 12, 11, and 8.  I wish the two younger ones lived closer.

4 The age I was when I went to New Jersey with my grandmother for six months. Without my parents.

5 More days until Spring Break.  I live in Oregon and work in Washington, thus the different spring breaks.

6 The time of day I am usually up and sipping tea before I get ready for school.

7 A number I consider lucky mainly because it’s a prime number.  I love prime numbers.

8 The number of schools from kindergarten through high school that I attended.  It seems odd because I really didn’t move a lot.  A growing community during junior high and high school meant two schools for each level.

9 The month of my husband’s birthday.

10 The number of years plus that I have had a blog.

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5 Responses to SOLSC17: 27/31, By the Numbers

  1. JudyK says:

    We learn so many interesting things about people through posts like these. I haven’t tried this form of post yet, either, but think I will. 🙂 ~JudyK

  2. Christine says:

    I enjoyed learning more about you with through this poem. There have been such a variety of poetry formats used in this challenge, and this is one I’ve yet to try.

  3. MAK says:

    Wow, a 10 year blogger?! I am impressed!

  4. karpenglish says:

    I’m glad my numbers list inspired you. It must have been hard to live with your grandmother and not your parents for six months when you were that young! Enjoy your Washington spring break next week.

  5. aggiekesler says:

    I love these life by numbers posts! I can tell family is very important to you by your slice! 🙂

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