Musings of a retired teacher
dan that's one magic image! steven
steven, thanks. I liked your comment on Bonnie's blog. I left one too, but as of this moment, it's not up yet.I hope your school year is going well, bruvver teacher.
Incredible photograph Dan. Thank you for your comment on, and link to my blog! I'm smiling!
dan - i lucked out! i got a grade 5/6 with 26 kids hungry to play and hungry to learn!!! i see the two as going nicely hand-in-hand! a hug for you brother!!! steven
Thanks, Bonnie. I've got a good source, that is, I wasn't the photographer. It is a stunning photo of what's above. You're welcome. I found your post worthy of passing along.
steven, playing and learning are synonymous, or nearly so. Certainly in kindergarten. I'm glad you've got a great class; they've got a great teacher.
This theme has been coming up for me a lot lately. Maybe one of the reasons I love living where I do so much is that with the mountains and amazing sky here, I'm always thinking to look up.
Cool, Polli. One thing my corner of California lacks as compared to other parts of the world is a sky full of dramatic clouds. Our sky is so often mostly blue or gray. We do have mountains around here, though, thank goodness.
What an amazing image! Thanks for reiterating Bonnie's point.And I agree about the cloud-lack, though last week, around the time of the first rain, I was out of city limits (where the view is bounded by trees) and saw gorgeous clouds, gold and grey and shadowing the ground and Blue Ridge 'Mountains' to my west... I too love good clouds, having grown up on the coast where the sky was either clear or overcast.You've had some lovely posts lately. Thank you!
Hi, Neighbor, You're welcome. And now it would appear that we're in for a spell of blue cloudless skies. I'm not complaining.... but there won't be as much to see up in the sky as I would like.
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