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One Event Does Not Define You

23 Responses

  1. Love this. Thank you for sharing!!

  2. Interesting method for helping adolescents see that there is more than one way to travel through the events that they have experienced, and that there is more than one “shape” to those paths. I like it; it is creative. I wish I had had a teacher like you when I was going through adolescence.

  3. Wendy says:

    Lisa you are awesome! These kids are lucky to have you. I also wish I’d had a teacher like you to share this perspective with me at that age.

  4. Mary Lou says:

    You’ve done it again, Lisa! A terrific post! I’m going to share this with my art teacher son! πŸ™‚

  5. Your students are the very lucky ones. If there were only more “yous” in the educational system our kids would flourish!

  6. rac says:

    This is a great analogy! Lucky students to have such a committed teacher!

  7. Brilliant! Reblogging for a dear Buddy ❀️ Also, I believe in this post to my core. One event nor my past define me or us 😊

  8. rac says:

    Reblogged this on Life after his affair and commented:
    Great analogy she uses in this post! She uses it for her student..

    I could relate to it as a betrayed wife too. I’m not healing or recovering nearly as well as I’m told I should be… But I’m doing it my way and I’ll get “there”.. Someday.
    ❀️

  9. Patrick says:

    Thanks!!! As a draftsman, you were speaking my language. πŸ™‚ A valuable lesson for us all.

  10. As always, so eloquent with your words.

  11. tracihalpin says:

    Awesome! I taught elementary school for 20 years, so I know what a hard job you have. You sound like a great teacher!

  12. You are amazing. I love this.

  13. Reblogged this on existentialmoonwalking and commented:
    Amen.

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