Slice of Life: Today

Today is the easy, breezy day.  The Spring Break is coming to end soon; 3 more days before back to school and the routines.

Sharing a Slice today is important but difficult.  Is it because the month is ending and we know we are almost parting or is it because my mind has 20 different things I want to share?

Here is what we did today: 


Read books 

Made Journals

Visited blogs & shared feedback 

Tasted first batch of Maple Syrup.  Ye! 

Carted buckets of maple sap 



Homemade PizzaTomorrow, we will collect more maple sap, clean home and color the Easter eggs. For now, we are going to sit back and enjoy the homemade pizza, made by the Superman.

What are YOU up to this evening?  I wish you a quiet, peaceful evening or do you rather prefer a rumbustious one?




Thank you Two Writing Teachers for hosting the Slice of Life challenge where community of reflective bloggers can meet and share their meanderings every Tuesday & during the month of March.  Like Mr. Rogers says, it is a good neighborhood.  Won’t you come & join us too?

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Slice of Life: Spring Break

Spring Break


Time to sleep late for a week

No Homework, No Rush

Breath easy Life is Lush


No 4 minutes between one class to next

No gulping lunch in a quarter of an hour

No classes merging into one another

No homework to be buried under

It’s going to be fun n wonder.


Oh! Lovely, Lovely Spring Break

How I need you, 

What will I do?

Watching Netflix, playing games,

Staying late n sharing fruit gems

Reading books without any shame.

Jumping with joy,

Playing with my toys.


Yes, Fun. Fun. Fun.

Dreaming, Swimming, 

Building, Sculpting, 

Nope! No Cleaning!


Walking in the woods,

Singing in tunes,

Making no Kahoots

& Listening to the Hoots


Spring Break, Spring Break.

Stay longer, o Spring Break,

So I can have some slack.


I have plans with my friends,

We are going to conquer the land,

Skyrim, Fallout4, MineCraft and Whatnot,

Spring Break you unite us.


Hide! Hide! 

Here Comes Mommy

With her list of things.


    © Purviben K. Trivedi-Ziemba


Molly Hogan, Thank you for always encouraging & inspiring me.  I am using your words- copying & pasting below:

Slice of LifeA huge Thank You to Two Writing Teachers for all that they do to create and amazing community of writers and a safe, welcoming space to write, learn, share and Grow.