Day 1 #SOL2020 Challenge #SOLSC

slice-of-life_individualSince my dog Buck is still writing the draft of the second part of his tall tale (the fairy tale part), and I haven’t written anything anywhere since almost the SOL19 challenge, I think I need to be brave and do my best this year. Everything is different. I am not in Spain, I am working 40 hours in an elementary school with no time to breath, and when I am free and have some sunlight on my hands, I like to bike.

I will take the challenge because it will force me to be courageous and start again to do something that I love to do. I have wanted to write since I arrive in the US at the end of July last year but haven’t have the guts of shaking my fears. This challenge gives me hope and a sense of belonging.  A community of educators writing no matter what, makes me feel safe. I won’t have time to revise, review, rewrite and rethink my writing like last year. My post will be brief and the quality will be awful, I know. But still, I want to see if I have the stamina, especially being in PST. I feel they are stealing me 3 hours.

Without further ado, here we go!

PS: I warned you about the quality and brevity.

4 thoughts on “Day 1 #SOL2020 Challenge #SOLSC

  1. Happy to have you back this year, Pia!
    You could always post on the next day’s post (eg, 3/3) while it is still the previous day (eg, 3/2) Pacific time. There are a few people who do that.

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  2. So glad you’re back, Pia! Are you working in Oregon?! I love the Deschutes River! I used to raft there in the summertime. Maybe I knew you were there? Anyway, great to see you again!

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