These days I look for pockets of grace in my stay-at-home life. Here are a few from today:
- We took a walk around our parking garage to get our blood flowing.
- I baked bread for a nurse who had brought us a loaf of sour dough from San Francisco, and I have another loaf rising on the counter for tomorrow morning. You should try it.
- I have two student bloggers now. We are starting gradually because we are stuck at home. I’m making an account for those who ask, and I’ll teach them as we go. Here are their first two posts: The Haunted House and Interview with Sheika Marwa
- A student applied figurative language learning at home, and it was beautiful.
- I started a new novel, thanks to Jackie’s comment yesterday: Celeste Ng’s Book, Little Fires Everywhere.
- I received a thank you. I don’t think she answered the question, but it was my favorite answer.
What pockets of grace have you seen today?
4 thoughts on “Day 30 Slice of Life – Pockets of Grace”
I love the term “pockets of grace.” Thank you for sharing snippets from your virtual conversations with students. Having student bloggers is fantastic, no matter the number. All the best to you and your students.
Thank you so much for the encouragement. Yes, I hope I can nurture my little bloggers.
Oh, I must make some homemade bread! Loved this sweet focus on moments – ‘pockets’ – of grace. Thank you for the links to student blogging – what a fabulous thing to instigate, to get them writing!
Thank you, Maureen. Yes, this is the bread to try–easy and delicious.
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