100 quick words

The culmination of my school week included cheering on my students as they claimed the soccer district championship. Witnessing my kids play the game they love with energy and passion is a gift. I cannot pretend that all kids will love school, but one of the beauties of high school is that young people have varied opportunities to express who they are and explore what they love. During the first game tonight, one of the fans didn’t realize I was the principal and asked me which one of the girls playing was mine. My answer was simple.

All of them:)

(Day 10–I’m tired–100 words was all I had–it would have been super easy to quit on this challenge tonight, but 100 words counts–even when I don’t love these words. I’ll do better tomorrow.)

 

 

1 thought on “100 quick words”

  1. DEAR AMY -ANY TIME YOU FEEL LIKE YOU CAN NOT CONTINUE YOUR CHALLENGE -PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL ME AND I WILL TELL YOU WHY IT IS SO IMPORTANT AND WHY WE ARE ALL WITH YOU AND BEHIND YOU IN YOUR EFFORT TO GET THRU THIS ON MARDI GRAS DAY -THIS CHALLENGE IS IMPORTANT TO ME BECAUSE I CAN FEEL CLOSER TO YOU BY GIVING UP KING CAKE TILL THAT DAY—-ALSO IT IS HELPING ME WITH MY DIET —KEEP THE THE SUPER JOB YOU ARE DOING -I LOOK FORWARD TO EACH POSTING DAILY sincerely KAY M

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