What I learned in November (2015 Edition)
As I sit here in my classroom of three months, I feel this is my place yet still feel strangely like it could change any minute. Our future here still has so many if’s. Frankly I am tired of the if’s but grateful that my future is not totally unknown. I know the ending, and it is good.
It is the end of the month where I reflect back on the lessons for the month. These lessons may be fun or serious or even trivial. I also link up with Emily and other bloggers at Chatting at the Sky on the lessons they have learned.
Without further ado, here are my lessons for the month:
1. It is Worth it for One Student.
2. Being a Part of a Book Launch is Fun but Daunting.
Or if you prefer Christian Fantasy, check out Jill Williamson’s book The Darkness Reigns which is currently free at Amazon and releases December 1.
Or you might be like me, and just read both of them.
2 thoughts on “What I learned in November (2015 Edition)”
Transitions DO take time! I'm reminding myself of that as I'm a few months into my own. Thanks for sharing what you're learning!
Each life matters. 🙂
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