A drama free summer...

The irony of asking for a drama free summer is that I currently teach (well, technically the school year is over, so I am not actually teaching) in the drama room. I joke with the students, when they ask why we don't have drama, that we have plenty of drama around the school and that I am satisfied that they don't need instruction. My vice-principal from last year would say that I teach dramatic math...I guess I do...sometimes I feel dramatic. But...this summer...

This summer, I want no drama in my life...nothing to take my job, make me feel icky, distract me from the laughter and fun that I am so needing. I am not sure what is in my future. It seems like just when I am comfortable with things that they change. I am not going to try to solve the world's problems, be in control of more than I can control...I am going to take each day to breathe, meditate, and love my life. I am going to spend time with friends and those I love.

Life is short...I want each day to be something that can be celebrated...filled with joy...not the drama...I want the sun to shine in my heart and shoot out from me, lighting the way!

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  1. my daughter is a high school teacher, and this summer, she took a road trip to Canada, seeing friends along the way. By summertime, she is so ready for a relaxing time. High school is FULL of drama. Summer gives her such a needed break. I applaud you for teaching middle school!

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