Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Life Isn't What You Always Think It's Going To Be

Last year we moved from our comfortable life down to a college campus. We started all over again but down in PA. We moved into the smallest apartment we've ever had. And Keven went back to school.

This past week I took the next step in my career too. I went back to get my masters. I'm going to Walden University for my Master's in Early Childhood: Administration, Management, and Leadership.



Through twists and turns, open doors and closed ones, sometimes life changes directions and sometimes it turns out pretty good.

You'll start to see some new stuff around the blog in the near future. As a part of my master's degree I'll need to post some blog entries from time to time. Hope you learn from the education stuff as much as I have or will.

3 comments:

  1. Welcome to Walden, Danielle! We look forward to following along with your posts!

    Anne from the Writing Center

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    1. Hi Anne! Thanks for stopping by. I'm very excited to be on this journey with Walden :)

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  2. I love that quote from Dr. Seuss! In fact, my story time chair in my classroom has it written on the back! Reading is so important in the early years. I do not expect much from my kindergarten students in the form of homework, but I do stress to them and their families the importance of spending time reading every day.
    Oh, and my sister-in-law just put up the same shelves in her nursery! They look great!

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