100 Days of Writing – Day Four

Your best self… Consider when you have been at your best. What was happening? What were you doing? Who were you with? How did it feel to be your best self? I feel at my “best” when I’m in a classroom teaching. I don’t know that there’s been any particular moment I’m recalling, just aContinue reading “100 Days of Writing – Day Four”

100 Days of Writing – Day Three

When you were a kid,,, What activities did you love as a kid but have since dropped? When I was a child the thing I remember most is loving to ride my bicycle. My grandfather repaired bicycles and I usually had a good bike to pick and choose from. The one I remember riding mostContinue reading “100 Days of Writing – Day Three”

100 Days of Writing – Day Two

Day Two – High-Five Yourself Consider your proudest moment. What was it and how did you feel? I had been nominated quite a few times for school system teaching awards, but never had gone on to win. In 2002, I had once again been nominated for our middle school and was attending the banquet forContinue reading “100 Days of Writing – Day Two”

100 Days of Writing – Day One

Day One – Pivot Point Your story so far Think about your life so far. What’s been a pivot point in your story? Describe the before and after. My pivot point definitely came on August 10, 2002. I at that point realized that I am an alcoholic. My wife of twenty-two years had left andContinue reading “100 Days of Writing – Day One”