Forever is Composed of Nows #sol17

I loved this post format from Kristy at Midwest Heart in Dixie  so here’s my spin. xo

Forever is composed of nows-  Emily Dickinson


March 19, 2017

Watching: Legion(and rewatching to understand), Martha Bakes,  America’s Test Kitchen,             Treehouse Masters, The Middle(not sure why),  Big Bang Theory, and the sunrise

Listening: My George Winston and Bob James/Earl Klugh shuffle list on Pandora, to the Yarn       podcast, Quiet Leadership on Hoopla and to my colleagues

AppreciatingMy husband, time, and the view from here

LovingFriday evening date night,  on-demand,  online reading, 7:30 am meetings and this whole                    blogging thing

DrinkingSauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, COFFEE,  Coke Zero, and water

Wishingmy view included permanent warmth, sunshine, and spectacular sunsets along with       sand between my toes and for a upstanding woman president

Planning: Units of Study, demonstration lessons, what to bake for Monday, to enjoy today

ReadingReaders Front and Center,  Picture book Biographies (The Tree Lady) Thinking Fast and Slow, Calkins Units of Study in Reading/Writing,  lots of blogs,  along with 600 books on                   my to read list…

“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

Thank you to Two Writing Teachers along with the March Challenge blogging community for encouragement and inspiration.  Read more blogs here.

9 thoughts on “Forever is Composed of Nows #sol17

  1. Great post, and I Iove this idea of appreciating the now. I might have to borrow this format and try one of these myself to just stop, breathe, and be in the present. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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