Gratitude Rock

I chose my rock because it it both bumpy and smooth.  It feels good to rub your fingers over it.  I found it on the beach at Students Island in Mooselookmeguntic Lake in northern Maine.  It is one of my favorite places to camp.

When I look at my rock, I am grateful for an amazing group of students in 3E who are helping me cope with remote learning every day.  I am grateful for the sunrise and the bluing sky.  I am grateful for Maggie and Jim who are just beginning their day. I am grateful for the opportunity to learn and explore new ideas.  I am grateful for the opportunity to try, to help and to do my best.  That and so much more…health and food and parents and families.  The world really is a magical place.

What are you grateful for today?

9 thoughts on “Gratitude Rock

  1. Hello first thing what if you cant put a picture on your blog. Second cant wait for the zoom call.

    • Landon, if you find you can’t put a picture on your blog. Send it to me in an email and I can put it on here. I can’t wait for the Zoom call too.
      Mrs. Eaves

  2. We are all very grateful for you!! Thank you for all you are doing to keep learning going at home. We appreciate you more than words could express.
    Brady & Renee

    • Thank you Landin, Did you find a rock?
      I hope so.
      I’m glad to see you checking in with your friends.
      💕Mrs. Eaves

    • I am grateful they have Mrs. Nardone as an art teacher who helps them grow and to fill the world with joy and color!

  3. I love your rock and can you tack my thunderstorms post down I axudently posted it I am still working on it.

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