Teachers for Teachers | Slice of Life: My Slice in Six Words #SOL18
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Slice of Life: My Slice in Six Words #SOL18


Snow Day

 My Agenda

 Much Needed

I was inspired by Fran, who was inspired by Kevin and, I added some photo inspiration from Paula.

Some days it is best to sum up your story with six words and a photo.  Happy Snow Day to all who are celebrating today. Happy reading, happy writing, happy drinking your coffee while it is hot, happy PJ day, happy long breakfast and lunch day, happy talk to other adults day, happy no “quickly day,” and happy slowdown and appreciate the wonders around you day.

  • Lee Ann Spillane
    Posted at 11:35h, 07 March Reply

    Happy snow day! I hope your power stays strong and you warm your heart with good reads and smooth writing!

  • georgiaaustin1
    Posted at 11:43h, 07 March Reply

    Thank you for redirecting my snow day! When my cancellation call came this morning, I had totally different plans for today. I think I’ll go make a pot of coffee and craft a different agenda.

  • Christine Baldiga
    Posted at 11:48h, 07 March Reply

    You look so cozy! I hope all your snow day dreams come true!

  • Heather Onderick
    Posted at 11:51h, 07 March Reply

    I have lived in Kuala Lumpur for the last three years so snow days are a faded memory. Enjoy and keep warm!

  • Erika Victor
    Posted at 12:02h, 07 March Reply

    Ah, what a cozy scene (even though I do not miss snow at all!). Enjoy your snow day!

  • Diane Dougherty
    Posted at 12:12h, 07 March Reply

    Snow day; slow day; “What, me worry?” day.

  • Kendra Limback
    Posted at 12:19h, 07 March Reply

    I love this. I have tucked away the 6 words and a photo away for another day. I hope this was a glorious day for you!

  • Melanie Meehan
    Posted at 12:48h, 07 March Reply

    I LOVE his six word challenge! We are going to do flash fiction for our summer writing academy, and I’ll be sharing some of his. Enjoy your day! It looks great. You’ve at least gotten to a chair. I might be still reading and commenting in bed…

  • Lynne Dorfman
    Posted at 13:06h, 07 March Reply

    Great post, Clare! A positive outlook for a snowy day! A much needed catch-up day is always appreciated. I, too, am at home because schools are all closed. So I will be writing today. Your poem and photo really say it all – just love it and am bummed I have not tried something like this. Maybe tomorrow…. Love you oodles!

  • Rose Cappelli
    Posted at 14:27h, 07 March Reply

    Enjoy your day. I hope your power stays on.

  • Catherine Flynn
    Posted at 21:47h, 07 March Reply

    Happy snow day, Clare! I hope you’ve had a productive day. I never accomplish as much as I think I should on snow days!

  • Karen Szymusiak
    Posted at 01:15h, 08 March Reply

    Happy Snow Day! These breaks in routine give us new paths to follow. I hope you enjoyed your time today.

  • Karen Szymusiak
    Posted at 01:17h, 08 March Reply

    Happy Snow Day! These breaks in routing are just what we need to find new paths. I hope you enjoyed your day.

  • Susan Kennedy
    Posted at 02:19h, 08 March Reply

    Maybe Tommorrow. Mine will look similar.


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