31Jan2012 Out of the Marking Pens of Middle School Students Posted in Tough Stuff by Sarah W Liberty Middle School in, I believe, Madison, Alabama, has a broadcasting team. This is what they did: If ever a video deserved to go viral, this one does. Please share it. Share this:TwitterFacebookMoreEmailRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Beautiful message. And witty. I particularly like the sign that reads “I’m lazy” and is held by another student.
Isn’t it great? And brave, too, in places.
I sent it to our programming person—maybe the library teen group could do something like it.
Loved it. Thank you.
[And, yeah, I loved the ‘I’m lazy’ one being held up someone else, too!]
Good. You’re welcome.
(it was the smirk on the lazy guy’s face that got me 🙂 )
So unlike me…crying at the end.
It is, but I’ll bet your last post had you in a certain frame of mind, too . . .
My son woke up at 3 a.m. feverish so he tossed and turned in my bed as I rubbed his back, and told him it would be alright. I watched the digital numbers clicking away until it hit 5 and my alarm would have gone off if I hadn’t shut it off.
As I rubbed his back, all I could think about was what happens when these kids get sick, and what can I do, really do?
So yeah, on 3 hours sleep sitting on the train and I can’t shake it…You’re absolutely spot-
Yeah . . . the only thing I could think to do after reading the article you linked was go hug my kids again.
That helped me a little . . . but that’s obviously not enough.
This one got to me, too.
Damnit, I ought to dust more. I’ve got something in my eye …
(except I will never actually dust more…)