#SOL19 Day 31 Thank You, Slicers

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We did it! The last day of the Slice of Life Challenge is here. I know many will feel a sense of relief coupled with a twinge of sadness. We’ve made a lot of connections, shared a lot of heartfelt stories, were buoyed by the words of others, and lived an intensely writerly life for the month of March. Some of us have gone from winter to spring (have faith my Mainer friends) and have had life changing experiences in a short period of time.

My last quick write SPARK is an homage to my fellow slicers and a thank you for your generous slices.

Here’s my quick write:Day 31 slice

I hope that we can stay connected. I’ve followed several blogs, several bloggers on Twitter, and made friends with some of you on the TeachWrite Facebook group. This isn’t goodbye, it’s just good luck until we “meet” again! Please stay in touch-you all ROCK!

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29 thoughts on “#SOL19 Day 31 Thank You, Slicers

  1. “buoyed by the words of others” this sums up what the challenge is about! Love that you hand wrote and snapped a pic! I thank you for participating in the challenge so I could get to know you! I look forward to more! Congrats and thanks for sharing!

  2. Paula–What a month! I can’t tell you how much I’ve appreciated your feedback this month and enjoyed your posts. You’re an inspiration and I can’t wait to try many of the sparks you’ve so generously shared. It’s so nice to know you’re just up the road!

  3. One of the things I love about the SOLSC is getting to meet and know people in person, as well as an other blogs and platforms. Enjoy spring– it is on its way to Maine, too!

    All good things, Paula!

  4. I’m so glad we connected this month and hope we continue to. I’ve tucked away many of your posts to use with my kids. I hope you will keep blogging.

  5. You spark joy every time your pen hits the paper, Paula. It’s been so wonderful adding you to my Teach Write family this month and learning so much from you. Stay in touch! Sending spring up north from Massachusetts!

    1. Thanks, Christie, you are such a passionate and inspiring writing teacher. So glad this challenge brought us together over and over again! Maine will take whatever Massachusetts can spare for springtime!

  6. Hope to see you in Maine in August, Paula. Let’s keep in touch! Loved reading all your posts this SliceofLife! I am looking forward to following your blog. Much love….L

  7. and thank YOU for your generous sharing this month. I’ve got loads of your ideas tucked away here & there and – as you know – I’ve already used some. Can’t wait to share more with you as I use things in the classroom. Looking forward to “reading” you as we continue.

  8. Thank you for all of the wonderful ideas!! They’ve been great and I can’t wait to implement some in my own life, as well as in the classroom! You are a brilliant mentor and I am so lucky to know you and learn from you! 🙂

  9. Thank you, Paula! I’ve enjoyed reading your slices, especially your take on your own quick writes. I appreciate your thoughtful comments on my slices and our back and forth comments in the Teach Write group.

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