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It’s what we all need HOPE.
When tired STOP . It’s OK we are in a pandemic.
As I begin this journey of virtual school counselling , there is so much to learn. Thanks to all who are learning along with me.
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As I think about all the teachers across the world , I recognize how tired they must be, but I admire their dedication so much. I know those not in education have NO idea of the tireless work you do and how especially difficult it is in a pandemic.
Our children are so fortunate. I wish the world really understood, they’d be more empathetic and grateful.
I am so grateful to all my American colleagues who I can count on to help me at anytime. This year as I start part time in an online High School half time , I will be collaborating with my American colleagues who are also counselling virtually. Thanks to Cynthia Morton @c_morton and Sam Hill @zillysam for connecting with me and setting up an ongoing connection with my colleagues. We will stay connected this year as we navigate the virtual world of School Counselling together. I am grateful for you and all in #scchat who share freely. Together we are better.
It’s never too late to do so much more. Life is full of possibilities. I am full of possibilities and so are you.
Having spent the last month in a junior high / high school, I saw first hand just how much educators care during a pandemic. They were working harder than ever to do what is best for kids.
I feel fortunate to have worked alongside so many who give their heart and soul to do what they are meant to do TEACH. Even though they are putting themselves at risk, they come in the building with a positive attitude and make sure they provide a culture of caring. How fortunate are our youth that so many truly care.
My grandfather (PaPa) was always special to me. When I was in grade six I memorized in Flanders Fields just for him and he was oh so proud of me. Of course I can still recite that poem today and think of him whenever I hear it. I will never forget him or all those who served.
Yesterday was one of those days when I was just so tired, I situated myself on the coach when I go home and could do nothing else. I meant to post something ,but got too tired and forgot to. So today I will post two.
It was one of those days. I’ll bet you have them too.