Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Just Play!

I get tired of hearing the word "just" because to me, 
the word "just" is so limiting, and I'm all about possibilities........

It has that lovely (insert sarcasm here) connotation that 
whatever comes after is has less value.

Like, I'm just a teacher
They're just playing

When in most circumstances, that is far from the truth. 

Today, we are too busy playing.
(notice I didn't say JUST) 
to post much more for you


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1 comment:

Janis said...

Today we are soooo busy playing and learning, inside and out. The weather here is gorgeous!
People who say "I'm just a teacher" probably do so because they don't feel valued by society as doing important work, which is evident by the monetary compensation received. Thank goodness we teachers value the non-monetary compensation we receive from the children-the looks of joy and pride on their faces when they figure something out or accomplish something new. What a privilege it is to share those feelings with them!

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