Category Archives: SOL18

Poemtober: Day 2

It’s National Breat Cancer Month. A friend was recently diagnosed with stage 3, breast cancer. For JS: cancer cells she gets her port starts the fight ©jone rush macculloch I am thankful to Two Writing Teachers for creating a community … Continue reading

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SOL18: Travels Not School

I am thankful to Two Writing Teachers for creating a community to share writing. And they have joined Instagram. You can follow them @twowritingteachersblog or use the hashtag #TWTBlog. It’s what I call Day 5 of retirement. (My retirement began … Continue reading

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SOL18: Been Awhile

I am thankful to Two Writing Teachers for creating a community to share writing. And they have joined Instagram. You can follow them @twowritingteachersblog or use the hashtag #TWTBlog. I typically take the month of July off to vacation and not be on … Continue reading

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SOL18: So Much to Process

Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for creating space every Tuesday to share our writing. Last night, we had our last Family Library Night.  It was a thank you celebration for the families I’ve created relationships with over the years … Continue reading

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SOL18: Allergies Woe

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers who every Tuesday provide space for us to share our reflections and slices of life. The Shadorma is a Spanish style form of poetry with a 3-5-3-3-7-5 syllable pattern spring allergies woe coughing and sneezing tissues spent ruddy … Continue reading

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SOL18: Cucumber Writing Ritual

  Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space each week to share our slices. In 1988, I had the good fortune to take a week class in Portland from Naomi Shihab Nye. Knowing Naomi, we probably tapped into … Continue reading

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