It’s Saturday and time to celebrate at Ruth Ayres Writes.
Celebrating the marriage of my “adopted” niece.
The annual district in-service day. The new deputy superintendent sat in our library media. As we move to a district with 1:1 devices, our roles are changing. And for the first time in a long time, I feel teacher librarians are being taken seriously.
Monday I met with my writing group. What I love about my group is the camaraderie and their feedback.
Family Library Night, the first one of the year. Bingo and Books is always well attended.
Smaller kindergarten classes. This was the first week with the smaller classes. Now instead of twenty-five, each class has eighteen. It’s so much better. Even the students noticed the change.
What are you celebrating?
I like your tradition to go with one, two, three, four, five and the mixture of personal and educational, small and large events. Congratulations to the newly wed!
Love the pics – the bride and family bingo night! Smaller classes are always a cause for celebration!