“You’re right! This game is fun!” cried Lily as she kicked and missed for the third time.
“Wait, wait, let Minji try. She’s really good,” said Carlos.
“Is that so?” Lily said as she stood back.
Minji kicked the ball over the wall of the playground.
“Oh great, now we have to get a teacher to unlock the gate to get the ball,” groaned Kevin.
“Is that so?” Lily asked as she chewed on blades of grass.
Kevin suddenly saw that it was not a big deal, having to get the ball.
“You are a formidable kicker,” Lily complimented Minji.
My fifth-grade class was conducting research on Loyalists vs Patriots pre-Revolutionary War. Students were assigned Benjamin Franklin, Lord Dunmore, Tom Hutchinson, Mercy Otis Warren, or Samuel Adams.
One of my students was perplexed.
“I have Samuel Adams and I don’t understand this word: ‘lager'”.
I can’t draw all the figures in one scene. So my plan is to have them spread out on a page piecemeal.
“You cannot be both unhappy and fully present in the Now.” – Eckhart Tolle
“If you get the inside right, the outside will fall into place.” Eckhart Tolle
This post is several hours late. Had a very eventful day: Husband fell while on his mountain bike and broke his clavicle. He’s OK.
This is my 1,005th post.
I have a cold, so it’s lame.