Three Things Tuesday #sol20

I started and deleted at least three potential posts. I’m not sure why these posts weren’t working. I’ve actually been on a writing roll lately (Thanks Teach Write and #100daysofnotebooking!), so I was surprised when nothing seemed to work. I reflected on the day and searched for something to write about. So, I decided to compose a “Three Things Tuesday” post. Normally I would do a “Ten Things Tuesday” post, but I’m feeling a little lazy:)

1. As part of #100daysofnotebooking, I’ve been writing a “word of the day”. Some of the words I’ve chosen include “loved,” “tenacious,” and “tired.” I’ve been thinking about the word to choose for today. I think today’s word will be “proud.” We have a first-year kindergarten teacher at our school and she just finished midyear literacy assessments that demonstrated wonderful growth among her students. She has worked incredibly hard with all of her students and I am so proud of her!

2. My MacBook continues to behave strangely and I’m worried that a new computer will be necessary. My computer has been so cranky recently and I’m getting so frustrated with it! It stopped talking to my printer and I’m having a hard time using it during the Teach Write online writing workshop. For some reason, my computer particularly doesn’t want to connect to Zoom.

3. While my UVA Cavaliers have had a rough couple of games recently, I’m not going to be one of those armchair coaches who declares that they’re in trouble and things are going to continue to go downhill. I’m proud of these guys and know that they’ll keep working and growing. I can’t wait to see them play tomorrow night!

6 thoughts on “Three Things Tuesday #sol20

  1. Maureen Ingram

    It is so strange how one’s writing brain can just ‘freeze’ up and you can feel as if you have nothing to write about…but, you persevered! Love thinking about a word a day. Thanks for this!

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  2. Darin Johnston

    Three thing Tuesday, I like it! 🙂 Our Hawkeye team is like a MASH unit, but have put together two impressive games. We’ve lost two scholarship players, but the rest of the team is playing really well, better than most would have expected. They continue like this, they will be dangerous! 🙂

    Cranky computers are an issue! 😦 We keep debating whether to purchase or not.

    Thanks for your thoughts today! 🙂

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  3. Elisa Waingort

    I like the idea of using a word a day for #100daysofnotebooking. I know Jen posts a word a day on #TeachWrite, but I might just use my #OLW for 2020 to do that and keep my focus for the year.

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