Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Sunrise..pretty clouds...and Teachers...

the sun is coming up this morning...
the clouds are floating like big cotten balls...
pretty colors...
the one on the left looked like an elephant...
so grabbed my camera...
and it already changed...
My grandson is 2 months old today...
he gets his 1st shots ...
hope all goes well for him...
and his Mommy....
School is back in session....
who was your most memorable teacher?
and why???
Mine was Mrs. Shelton...
she was my 2nd grade teacher...
I was really shy....
but she was so sweet and patient...
she made school fun....
she sent me postcards during summer vacation..
from her family vacation...
My hubbie's favorite teacher was a history teacher...
Mr. Killian...everyone wanted to have him for history...
he made learning fun...he would dress up as the people
from history...he would even wear a Toga...
for the Olympics...he had the Olympic games every year
for his class...he is still at the high school...
working in admissions and keeping track of all the
students...he knows all there names..
and where they should be...
So thank you to all the wonderful Teachers...
that pour their hearts...and souls...
into their students....
you truly can make a differance...
in your students lives....
you maybe their  only ray of sunshine each day....

4 comments:

Cherrie said...

My favorite teacher was Mr. Davis in 5th grade. He would read to us everyday the last 15 mins of class. My favorite book was "Island of the Blue Dolphins" I credit him for my love of reading!

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

It is so long since I left school I don't remember if I had a favourite. One teacher I do remember though was when I was about 6 years old. Her name was Miss Winterbottom and I can remember her reading us a story called "Horrible Harriet". I did like her so perhaps she was my favourite. A x

Craftymoose Crafts said...

My favorite teacher was my 3rd grade teacher-Miss Lipson who became Mrs. Singer during the school year. I remember being very jealous of her new husband until she brought him to school & I saw how charming he was!

Diana said...

Great reminder!