“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.” –Henry David Thoreau
Today’s posting is different. I don’t think I am supposed to be as reflective or maybe I’m wrong. I’m supposed to list different things about myself. I have a list to follow. Let’s see how I do with simple directions.
Share five random facts about yourself
- I have beautiful feet. No, really. I do.
- I did not learn to walk until I was 14 months old. Even at a young age, I was more cerebral than physical.
- I hate dirty laundry if it’s not mine.
- I really hate peanut butter and jelly in the same jar. I hate peanut butter, but I really hate it when it’s mixed with jelly.
- I have been hoping to get a twin brother or sister all my life. I think it might happen before I die. Anything is possible if you just believe.
Share four things from your Bucket List
- Go on a mission trip.
- Drive cross country.
- Write a book.
- Run in a 5K
Share three things that you hope for this year as a person or educator
- Grow in my walk with Christ
- Present at the ISTE Conference in Philadelphia
- Go back to school and finish my doctorate
Share two things that have made you laugh or cry as an educator
- Shaelinda’s death two weeks before she graduated.
- Making the mistake of watching the episode of America’s Most Wanted when they talked about her murder.
Share one thing you wish more people knew about you
- All I really want is to be happy and make a difference. That’s all.