a writeout in the park and public places
“Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul alike.”
— John Muir
a reminder of how leaders of the free world still worked for peace and justice for all
Celebrate your life,
Share your day with others; sense
the essence of us.
FDR legacy: getting people back to work and Grand Coulee Dam
During our #writeout twitter chat [archives], we were asked to choose a photo from the #writeout photo feed and write a haiku. The haiku are archived here. I choose Sarah Honeychurch’s Shetland Isles photo because the haiku just wrote itself:…
Days scorch; work is hard.
Picnic area brings peace:
Brown Find them Wandering the parks, protecting all within people, creatures, habitat– Just look for the hat: Brown, Large-brimmed trimmed in dark brown leather hiding the sun deflecting the rain, worn by the ranger within the park’s domain,…
a canopy six hundred years old filters
Where once did moccasins walk
will you fellow bloggers join in to share your interests, inquiries, and reflections with #blog4ward ?
Or just find your favorite hashtag — #clmooc is mine — and get involved there by posting with your peers. You’ll be surprised at how you will grow forward in your thinking.
When the world’s busy
dawdle away on your own;
the shore is pleasant.
Relationships come first, followed by student choice and voice. Almost from day one of my teaching, those two things were important for my students to choose to learn.
Smokey horizon filters monuments from the past ancient mountains uplifted or volcanic just a wisp of blue haze stretched into a jagged line seen through the highway’s opening among blackened limbs on trunks now stakes that yell in dark…
My plans for next year will be to share my summer professional development in ways that continue to encourage authentic connections with technology integration through my various online communities and connections, perhaps collaborating with other teachers who have similar interests, just as connected learners do.
Many lakes are actually reservoirs created by dams. Our area lakes are reservoirs, which means the lake levels fluctuate and may hide or expose hazards.
Twin Peaks of Liberty Bell Peak in WA State on Highway 20 ONE Eons ago the land formed and eons later it rose and now I stand in awe Of a timeline unimaginably vast Gleaming in this golden hue slipping…
symbiotic partners of
something to the other
Geography and geology capture my imagination. Where others see bleak and boring sagebrush and rock, I see a slow history taking place now and in the past and I am amazed.
write about the spaces and places that are important to you. Draw a couple maps about them and share