Some of you may remember (hopefully, fondly) our Day in a Sentence collaboration, which first began over at now-defunct blog of The Reflective Teacher, and then migrated here at this space for a year or two, and then went off to volunteer blogs from time to time, and then found a home over at Bonnie’s space, and then … well …. we needed a break.
But it feels like it may be time for a reboot.
So, I cordially invite you into Day in a Sentence, version 2.0. Not sure how it works? It’s simple.
- Think about a day in your week or your entire week;
- Boil down the essence of that day or week into one single reflective sentence (it can be about teaching but it doesn’t have to be. It should be about a moment in your life);
- Use the comment link on this blog post to share your Day in a Sentence;
- I will gather up all of the sentences and post them as a full blog post either this weekend or early next week (I am away this weekend);
- Be part of a writing community that is reflective.
Here is my Day in a Sentence for this week:
I almost pitched a shut-out …. against my 11-year-old son’s all-star little league baseball team in a parents-versus-kids scrimmage, and now my arm hurts in the shadow of that near-glory moment.
And since I am using Cinch quite a bit, here is my podcast sentence (if you do a podcast of your sentence, just leave the link with your sentence and I will try to embed the audio):
I hope you can join us.
Peace (in the reflection),