Six Word Slice of Life: Spring for Summer

(For this month’s Slice of Life Challenge with Two Writing Teachers, I am aiming to do Six Word Slices most days, with some extended slices on other days.)

To be honest, officially it’s still winter, right? But it’s Mid-March. That’s what should be Spring in my mind. Ignore the snow. Yesterday, I spent the day in DC, collaborative thinking about a summer project to connect teachers, writing projects, and National Park sites together, and July seemed very far away. I know it’s not. (Not many signs of Cherry Blossoms here in DC yet … )

Six Word Slice of Life Planning

Peace (thinking ahead),


  1. We are always planning ahead as educators, aren’t we? Maybe that makes us even more cognizant of the seasons. Unfortunately, the season coming upon us here in Texas is testing season….

  2. Spring? Spring? What’s that …? I am hoping to get to DC in a couple of weeks; I hope the blossoms are alive and well then.

  3. I always plan for the summer in the spring too. Only so much winter that I can take. The hint you gave about planning to connect teachers, writing projects, and National Parks is very intriguing. I hope you add more about that in another slice!

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