For those interested in the Family as Faculty Facebook Page to which I refer in this video, please go to: facebook.com/FamilyasFaculty/
There is a saying – “un dicho” – in Spanish which is “hecha polvo.” Translated directly, “made of powder.” It’s meaning: “exhausted.”
It’s how I’m feeling tonight.
How about all of you?
You doing okay?
It’s important that…
We learn to lean in….
Seeing, one another… maybe for the first time.
BUENAS NOCHES Y ABRAZOS,
FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ENJOYED THE RACHEL NAOMI REMEN EXCERPT:
Wisdom Requires us to be more fully and simply alive
than we have been taught to be.
It may require us to suffer.
But ultimately we will be more than we were when we began.
There is a seed of a greater wholeness in everyone.My Grandfather’s Blessings: Stories of Strength, Refuge, and Belonging
2 thoughts on “vBlog 4_Home-teaching in the Time of Corona: Day 4”
I loved watching and listening to the girls’ responses after Roman shared the information regarding home extension.
Plus, I really liked your poem❤️