March Madness – Slice of Life for 31 days

This year, I have learned to be creative.

I explored poetry and found that I have some hiding in me.

I pushed to find stories, to create humor from the conversations I hear.

I learned from others.  Reading the slices refreshed my spirit. It lifted me from the negativism around me into a community of writers who were willing to risk, to reflect, to rejoice.

I am part of a larger community and have “met” many wonderful writer:

  • I used my notebook and collected ideas.
  • I recorded blog sites.
  • I commented on 87 different blog sites (not counting the students who posted). 🙂

This year, I grew as a writer.

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2 Responses to March Madness – Slice of Life for 31 days

  1. Linda Baie says:

    I liked hearing the stories about the school & those that were more personal, like the lake poem. It sounds like you enjoyed this process, & so did I. It was amazing to read so many different ideas, feelings, & descriptions. Hope to see you writing on Tuesday!

  2. the other ruth says:

    MH–I am SO glad we did this. I have loved reading your slices and getting to know you as a writer (and a mom and a teacher), and can’t wait to read your Tuesday slices. RA got us, didn’t she? Now we’re hooked…..

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