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Join in #cyberPD 2018!

It's the 8th Annual #cyberPD Summer Event! Check out our #cyberPD Google+ Community to learn more! We can't wait for YOU to join in the conversations! ________________________________________________________________ I am always excited about new PD books that arrive into the world.  I usually pre-order like crazy because I want have to hold them in my hands. But time is limited during the school year between home and school. I immediately get excited when a book arrives and start reading any moment I can squeeze in some reading, but then sadly the book lies in a stack waiting. And those beautiful new books stack up with a bookmark holding the few pages that I was able to devour. And then summer arrives, where I have a little more time to read and catch up with those old friends. (I still never read as much as I want ...) But every summer I love spending time with the #cyberPD community where we read, reflect, and share our thoughts around a shared book. This

{dandelions} #sol18

  Slice of Life is  hosted  at the  Two Writing Teachers Join in and share a slice of your life.  _____________________________________________________ Who can resist picking  the round  ball of perfection? Waiting and willing anyone or anything to -- * b *           * l *                          * o *     * w * Amazing how it is so beautiful and delicate, yet carries the power of unwantedness Once the beauty i s carefully plucked and a quick, forceful  * b *           * l *                          * o *     * w * Sends  little seeds flying floating in the air to continue The round ball of perfection waiting and willing to be plucked again

{eight} #sol18

  Slice of Life is  hosted  at the  Two Writing Teachers Join in and share a slice of your life.  _____________________________________________________ I knew I always wanted to be a mom.  Jon and I were married almost seven years before we were blessed with our twin daughters. I remember the day vividly when I found out I was officially pregnant with twins. It was a shock at first. I remember asking, "How does that happen?" The nurse just laughed. And, in what seems like a blink, the girls are eight. Eight. Eight!  I can't even believe it. They are growing up to be amazing little people. They are sweet and caring and kind and funny.