I’m thrilled to write for the fabulous blog Lessons from Teachers & Twits today.
Renée Schuls-Jacobson, head teacher and resident “twit” asked me, a former teacher, to share a lesson with her readers. Since I love nothing more than claiming to know something about pretty much anything, I jumped at the opportunity.
I’m tackling the subject of accepting different types of friendship. Ironically, in my attempt to teach others how NOT to over analyze their friendships, I’m 99% sure that my post does exactly the opposite.
I never said I was a GOOD teacher.
I hope you’ll check out my attempt at this particular lesson and come back here next week for a must-read post from Renée as she tackles the “Hobbies and Habits” series for my readers. Renée is fantastic, but I’ll go on and on about her next week. See you at her place for now!
photo credit via Flickr by amanda.veneer