Monthly Archives: February 2018

SOL18: Two Days and Counting

  Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for providing space to share our slices every week. Well, well, well.  I sat down to write tonight’s  SOL and looked up a year ago.  I am now feeling a tad bit behind because a year … Continue reading

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February Poetry Challenge: Feb 24 and Feb 25

It’s February and the start of about three months of daily posting opportunities. This month it’s National Haiku Writing Month and Laura Shovan’s Poetry Challenge. Next month it’s the daily Slice of Life and April is National Poetry Month. Laura’s challenge theme is Ekphrastic … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: February Poetry Challenge, Feb 22 and 23

Thanks to Liz at Elizabeth Steinglass For hosting Poetry Friday today. I really wanted my posts done yesterday. Instead, I came home from school, ate dinner, put on pajamas, and vegged on the couch. It’s February and the start of about three … Continue reading

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Feb 21: February Poetry Challenge

It’s February and the start of about three months of daily posting opportunities. This month it’s National Haiku Writing Month and Laura Shovan’s Poetry Challenge. Next month it’s the daily Slice of Life and April is National Poetry Month. Laura’s challenge theme is Ekphrastic … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Week 8

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SOL18: Mother Nature Decides Winter isn’t Over

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for giving community space each week to share our slices. why this week conference weekend go away snow We have had a mild winter. Other than a snow/ice event  December 24-26, no cold, cold days … Continue reading

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Feb. 20: February Poetry Challenge

It’s February and the start of about three months of daily posting opportunities. This month it’s National Haiku Writing Month and Laura Shovan’s Poetry Challenge. Next month it’s the daily Slice of Life and April is National Poetry Month. Laura’s challenge theme is Ekphrastic … Continue reading

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