Monday, a green day, with five new teacher bloggers being cultivated after school and three young student bloggers helping with the planting. Sue Wyatt http://tasteach.edublogs.org In our glorious spring landscape, I see the kelly greens of lawns, trees, and gardens all around remind me that it is, indeed, “the lusty month when everyone goes blissfully astray. Nliakos Shades of green cloud my thoughts of the large frog that jumped up out of the toilet water on our field trip at a fish farm – never look at another toilet the same way!! Sue Waters
I saw RED today when I found a $1900 charge on my credit card for tickets on Ethiopian Airlines!!
Bright crimson, the hue of my cheeks after field day, and the color flashing before my eyes after the rest of my team ate lunch 50 yards away from our 93 students – why are we so confused when the diks get into fights?!
Brown would best describe the way that my day started when I had to to school (again) with my teen to encourage enrolment and classwork that really meets her needs since she became ill and is recovering. Happily the day changed to orange when my husband bought a new Stihl weed-eater for my tool kit. IMHO, you have to take any bit of happiness from wherever you can.
I will ban the grey that comes to mind as I look out my window and focus on the flowers of roses in front of me; pastels in yellow, orange and pink remind me of my lovely class and the final lesson we had.
Shades of yellows, sands, browns and greens for today as I sat with a colleague and worked alongside her to create a wiki for her students who are studying ancient Egypt. A big step for her and a happy yellow day for me.