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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 18 - I value tradition!

Today is the eighteenth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 
30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 18: I value tradition! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to write your own affirmations here, or respond on my social media here:  http://bit.ly/2LYnZw6



I value tradition!

Tradition is important to me. There are some rituals that need to happen at certain times. In the classroom, I always started the day with the country's pledge, the school's chant, and my own Six Strategies for Success. I loved having a morning meeting to get the class bonding and working together. The children valued these traditions we shared.

I love holiday traditions! 
After my divorce, I started a new tradition of hosting Christmas dinner at my house, and I'm still doing it more than 20 years later. Some of the faces have changed, but the tradition remains. My daughter and I have many holiday traditions, that we both value.

Traditions bring a certain feeling of security. This is especially true where children are involved.

It does bother me when certain traditions aren't respected. This can happen when new people come into the picture that don't know about the traditions, or hear about them and don't see their value. 

And sometimes traditions have to change. 
Sometimes for good, sometimes, not for good.

For years, I always put on a musical play with my second graders. There are so many skills the children develop during the process, such as public speaking, team building, remembering a sequence, working together, and building confidence. Unfortunately, with Common Core and big time testing, the plays had to go.

Other traditions have to go because better things happen. Children grow up, graduate, get jobs, and move away. People get married. New technology is invented. 

These are good changes, and can initiate new traditions.

As much as I value traditions, I love making new traditions as well!

About the picture:  My daughter and I went to Disney World every other year from the time she was 3. That tradition changed when she went to college and didn't have the same vacations I did. Finally, when she entered the working world, she was able to choose her vacation, and we went one more time!

Every time we went was a different experience because of her age. When she was little, it was all about meeting the characters. As she got older, it was about the rides. (Luckily, we're both "adrenaline junkies", so we love Space Mountain!) When she was 16, she was old enough for the Backstage Tour. The last time we went, she was old enough to have margaritas with me in "Mexico" at Epcot!
We even have our little Disney traditions, such as eating ice cream on a little side street in the Magic Kingdom. 

These traditions just make me feel good!

If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 18: I value tradition! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to write your own affirmations here, or respond on my social media here:  http://bit.ly/2LYnZw6

30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 17 - I have a strong work ethic

Today is the seventeenth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 
30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 17: I have a strong work ethic! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to write your own affirmations here, or respond on my social media here:  http://bit.ly/2lf093O



I have a strong work ethic!


On day 2, my affirmation was "I do the right thing, even when no one is watching!"  Today's affirmation is an extension of that one. Not only can I be counted on to follow the rules with integrity, I can be counted on to dedicate myself to the job. I'm reliable, trustworthy, detail oriented, enthusiastic, and thorough. 


If I were an employer, I wouldn't hesitate to hire me, and would trust me unconditionally!

  About the picture:  Besides the jobs I've had, I've had a whole lot of other positions where I displayed this strong work ethic. I've been heavily involved in theatre for most of my adult life, and I am a reliable performer. I learn my part, I respect others, and I always, always give my very best. This is a cast picture of a Christmas show I did many years ago... I'd estimate 1996 or 1997. 

My daughter looks much better in this dress than I do these days!

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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 16 - I love getting to know new people!

Today is the sixteenth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 

30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 16: I love getting to know new people! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to  write your own affirmations here, or  respond on my social media here: http://bit.ly/2l9Sofe


I love getting to know new people!


I'm an introvert and get nervous meeting new people. 
I've always been shy, and very quiet around people I don't know. 
So this may seem a bit strange, but I really love getting to know new people!

I think the key words are "getting to know." I don't like the initial meetings. That's pretty uncomfortable for me.

But I've learned how great it is once you know people! So I have learned to get past that initial uncomfortableness when you don't know the person yet. 

About the picture:  I met Deb a few years ago at the Teachers Pay Teachers National Convention. Last year I got to know her a whole lot better because we shared a room in Anaheim for several days. I'm so glad I got to know her better, since she's a totally awesome person! If I hadn't gone to these conventions, I'd have never met her!

If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, as well as links to all the affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 15 - I like visiting new places!

Today is the fifteenth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 
30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 15: I like visiting new places! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to write your own affirmations here, or respond on my social media here: http://bit.ly/2JuKRWa



I like visiting new places!

I like adventure! 
I like visiting new places and experiencing different cultures. 
I like going to communities where history happened. 
I love learning about different places and different people.
People are fascinating!

Maybe this is why I've always loved teaching social studies!

About the picture:  In 1990 I went to London with my friend Val, my friend Gary, and Gary's parents. It might have been one of the greatest trips I've ever taken! We saw loads of different shows, and visited many of the highlights of London. In the picture, Val and I are waiting for my friend Gary, who happened to be taking our picture with his telephoto lens at the time.

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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 15: I like visiting new places! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to write your own affirmations here, or respond on my social media here: http://bit.ly/2JuKRWa

30 Days of Self Affirmations: Day 14 - I prefer to keep the peace!

Today is the fourteenth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 

30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 14: I prefer to keep the peace. For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. Won't you join me?


I prefer to keep the peace!


Another way to say this is that I avoid conflict. 
In fact, conflict really upsets me, and I just don't deal with it well. I get far too emotional and can't say what I need to say. 

Therefore, I avoid conflict and want to keep the peace. 

I like it when everyone gets along!

About the picture:  This is a picture of my singing group, Voices of Distinction, in our performances of songs from the past called Voices of Yesterday.

Not only were these my favorite costumes (We got to wear jeans and tie-die!) but we sang some of my favorite songs as well! 

The gentleman in the center was an amazing friend who passed away in a plane crash on Labor Day weekend a few years ago. I miss him.

You can see more about this group here: Voices of Distinction.

You can hear some recordings from the group here: Recordings. (Bohemian Rhapsody is my favorite... such a fun song to sing!)

If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, as well as links to all the affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 13 - I am a team player!

Today is the thirteenth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 

30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 13: I am a team player! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to  write your own affirmations here, or  respond on my social media here: http://bit.ly/2JuKRWa


I am a Team Player!


Perhaps I got this trait from my football coach dad, too, but it's always been important to me that everyone on a team do their part to help the team. 

And I'm not just talking sports! 

A team could be a pair of people, small groups, large groups, or even a community. It could be a romantic partnership, a family, a committee, a classroom, a social group, a school board, an orchestra, a church congregation, a business, a city, and yes, even a sports team!

I believe the people within these "teams" need to do their part to keep the team moving forward. 

I've always been a team player. I've never really had a strong desire to be in charge of the team (other than in a classroom, of course) but I've worked hard to be a role model and share my part of the work. I've always emphasized the importance of "looking out for the team" and "doing your part for the team" in my classroom. 

About the picture:  This is from my high school yearbook. I was a cheerleader way back then. In fact, my senior year, I was a co-captain. Honestly, I really didn't love being a co-captain, and I don't really think I was good at it, but I sure did love being part of the team! And guess who we cheered for: my dad's football team, of course!

If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, as well as links to all the affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 13: I am a team player! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to  write your own affirmations here, or  respond on my social media here: http://bit.ly/2JuKRWa

30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 12 - I have a thirst for knowledge

Today is the twelfth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 

30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 12: I have a thirst for knowledge. For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to  write your own affirmations here, or  respond on my social media here: https://linktr.ee/elementarymatters


I have a thirst for knowledge.


Yesterday, I mentioned my intelligence. I've always been hungry for information, but now, in the days of google and the internet, I've gone a little crazy with information! I must google 20 times a day! There's always something I want to know!

I am always reading about the best teaching techniques and how we can help children be successful. I actually have google email me articles on certain topics daily, such as brain based learning and brain research via "Google Alerts." My brain just inhales it all, I love learning!

I also read a lot about other interests: health, herbs, food, gardening, travel, and so on. Although I have some favorite topics of my own, I'm always looking for new interests, too. 

I've discovered another source of information: if you're an Amazon Prime member, you can download books on "Kindle Unlimited!"  You can have up to 10 at a time for free! I'm reading and learning on my ipad almost every day!

About the picture:  Right after my divorce, I took my daughter to Disney World(She was 3 at the time.) I guess it was my way of proving to myself I could do this "single parenting" thing! Or maybe I wanted to live in Fantasyland for a while and forget the hurt. 

I took her again when she was 5. Why? Everyone said that 5 was the best age to bring them to Disney!

When she was 7, her dance company danced in Disney World. The pattern was set. We continued to visit Disney World every other year until she was 17. (We would have continued, but we didn't have the same vacations once she was in college! We did go one more time when she was out of college and got to choose her own vacations. I'm sure we'll do it again, since we both love it!)

I can honestly tell you that EVERY age was wonderful, for a variety of reasons! When she was little, it was all about the characters. As she got older, it was more about the rides. By the time she was 17, it was about the whole tradition and experience! 

The picture shows us when she was 17, and old enough to go on the "Backstage Tour," which was totally awesome!

Of course, our last trip, she was old enough to have a Margarita with me in Mexico. See? Every age is wonderful!

I'm hoping one of these days we'll be going to Disney with grandchildren, but we're not there yet!

If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, as well as links to all the affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

If you want to know more about me, or join in the "self affirmation" fun, follow me on social media. You can find all the links HERE!


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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 12: I have a thirst for knowledge. For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to  write your own affirmations here, or  respond on my social media here: https://linktr.ee/elementarymatters




30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 11 - I am very intelligent

Today is the eleventh day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 
30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 11: I am very intelligent! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to  write your own affirmations here, or  respond on my social media here: https://linktr.ee/elementarymatters



I am very intelligent!

This is where this "self-affirmation" stuff gets hard. As I've mentioned before, I've always been uncomfortable at "tooting my own horn." 

But I've always been smart. I learned to read early, always did well in school, and happen to have a lot of information in my brain. Although there were a few years the nuns gave me Cs in Handwriting and it kept me off the honor roll,(grrr!) I've always had good grades and did well on tests. I was the kid in middle school science class who got 100% on the test and totally ruined the scale for the rest of the class. I was the "Hermione" who knew all the answers. I was in the Honor Society in high school and the President's List in college. I graduated summa cum laude.

One of my earliest memories was this comment I overheard my mother telling my father.

"It's too bad Sally is smart."

It sounds a little strange, but this is pretty much what she meant:

"It's too bad Sally's only strength is her intelligence. She's not outgoing or popular, and she's not athletic. All she has is smart. She'll never get a husband if all she has is smart."


This was the late 50s/ early 60s, where a woman's lot in life was to find a husband. Interesting that this came from my mom, who was a working mom back in the 50s. (She was a 5th grade teacher.)

In some ways, she was correct. I wasn't outgoing or popular, I was painfully shy. (I still am, but I've learned to pretend I'm not!) I was definitely NOT athletic. And I was indeed smart! 

But I have a whole lot of other strengths that she never noticed, or encouraged, such as acting, singing, and dancing, to name a few!

About the picture:  Here's one of those "other talents" I have, other than "smart." This picture was taken 17 years ago (2001) when my daughter and I were in a production of The King and I. This was my daughter's very first show, and I was thrilled to be in it with her! I played "Lady Thiang," the King's head wife and mother of Crown Prince Chulalongkorn. I got to sing this awesome song, which always reminds me of my dad: He is Wonderful! (This isn't me, it's a clip from the movie.)


If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, as well as links to all the affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 11: I am very intelligent! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to  write your own affirmations here, or  respond on my social media here: https://linktr.ee/elementarymatters



30 Days of Self Affirmations: Day 10 - Exercise is an important part of my life!

Today is the tenth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 
30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day10:  Exercise is an important part of my life. For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. Won't you join me?



Exercise is an important part of my life!


When I was young, I was forced to do sports. 

That was NOT successful for me, and contributes to my lack of self confidence to this very day. But there were some forms of exercise that worked for me: I was a good swimmer, and I loved cheerleading.

After college, I was looking for a way to stay in shape, and found Yoga and signed up for Gloria Stevens. (I'm really aging myself by mentioning that!) I continued to do aerobics classes and have always belonged to a gym of some sort.

When I was 26, a couple of years after I discovered community theatre, I took my first tap lesson. I was hooked. I took loads of dance lessons from that point, and continued going to gyms and doing aerobic exercise when I could. 

In 2010, I had a stroke, which affected my control on my left side and my balance. My dancing days were over, but not my exercise! I'm limited at what I can do, but as long as I can hold on, I love that elliptical machine! 

I've also recently started taking Tai Chi and I LOVE it! 
And no, Tai Chi is NOT just for old people!

About the picture:  After my daughter was born, my own dancing was put on the back burner. When she was three, she started taking dance lessons at an awesome dance studio. As she got older and more involved in dancing, I really, really missed it, so I joined an adult competitive dance group at the studio. I got to tap again, with some amazing people and had a blast! In the picture, we're dancing to Billy Idol. It was a medley with White Wedding (hence the "veils") and Dancing with Myself. (Hence the mirrors... get it?) Can you tell how much fun I'm having?


If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, as well as links to all the affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

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30 Days of Self Affirmations: Day 9 - I'm a good listener.

Today is the ninth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 

30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 9:  I'm a good listener. For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. Won't you join me?


I am a good listener!


Maybe it comes with me being an introvert and not being a particularly talkative person, or maybe it's because I honestly like to hear what others have to say, but I'm a good listener.

Sometimes I don't have a whole lot to say. 
But I enjoy listening.

About the picture: This picture was taken back in the 70s in the living room of my old sorority house. I have no idea what I'm doing in the photo, but I wouldn't mind having that skin again! Remember the days when it didn't sag?


If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, as well as links to all the affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

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30 Days of Self Affirmations: Day 8 - People stay in my heart, even if I haven't seen them in years!

Today is the eighth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 
30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 8: People stay in my heart, even if I haven't seen them in years! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. Won't you join me?


People stay in my heart, even if I haven't seen them in years!


By the time you get to my age, you've got many "chapters" in your life!  

There's the childhood chapters, then secondary school chapters, then college, then career... and so on. 

And all my students over the years!

Sometimes I look over my friends list on facebook, and simply enjoy remembering all those different chapters. If I ever wrote an autobiography, I'd have to go through facebook to help me remember the chapters!

And I value all of them. Each of them for unique reasons. 

As my teacher friends know, the heart of a teacher has no boundaries. There is always room for more special people.


About the picture: This photo was taken at one of the first Teachers Pay Teachers summer conferences in Las Vegas.
I had met some of these people before this photo, and some I met that day. Although I haven't seen most of them for several years, we have stayed in touch, and these people are, indeed, still in my heart!

If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, as well as links to all the affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 8: People stay in my heart, even if I haven't seen them in years! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. Won't you join me?



30 Days of Self Affirmations: Day 7 - I don't mind looking ridiculous, if it gets the attention expected!

Today is the seventh day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 

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I don't mind looking ridiculous if it gets the attention expected!



This affirmation refers to the classroom as well as the stage. 

Although I've never been an "attention hog," (I spent most of my childhood trying to hide... especially from the nuns!) When I have a point to be made, I expect attention! When on stage, it was usually involved in a comedy (like Nunsense, above.) In the classroom, it was learning that I was always trying to get across. 

I remember one time, pretending to faint in the doorway between two classroom. I can't, for the life of me, what I was "fainting" about, but I recall as I was lying on the floor, "unconscious," I had the attention of two classrooms full of children.

I often fake cry, fake being sick, speak with an accent or a funny voice, or generally just do something ridiculously silly to get the attention of the kiddos. After a while, the children learned to applaud for my "over-acting!" They always laugh, but they also got my point!

I didn't realize it until recently, but I got this from my father. 


Recently, this book was released about my childhood days and the very successful football team from that town, coached by my dad. Typically, I wouldn't read a book about football, but this book told the story of my father's life and career. (Click the book or click HERE to find out more about this book. Even if you just read the blurb on the website about my dad, you'll be almost as impressed as I am!)

As I read the book, I learned a lot about my dad and his techniques with his football players that I never knew! There were several references to his "antics" that got the attention of his players and made his points. And often made them laugh as well!

About the picture: Several years ago, I played the role of Sister Amnesia in a production of Nunsense. My character was called Sister "Amnesia" because she was hit on the head with a crucifix and couldn't remember who she was. In the picture, I'm singing a "duet" with "Sister Mary Annette" (get it... marionette?) about how to become a nun. It was very silly, and one of my very favorite shows that I've ever done! (This picture was taken at a dress rehearsal, before I'd figured out how to hide my hair!)

If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, as well as links to all the affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

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30 Days of Self Affirmations: Day 6 - I cherish my memories!

Today is the sixth day of my 30 days of Self-Affirmations!
Here's today's affirmation: 

30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 6: I cherish my memories! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to  write your own affirmations here, or respond on my social media here: http://bit.ly/2JuKRWa


I cherish my memories!


If you look up my horoscope, it will tell you that Cancers have excellent memories.

If you look up my personality type on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, it also refers to my reliable memory. (See this post for more about personality types: Myers-Briggs Personality Types: What's Your Type?)

If you're familiar with personality types, I'm an "ISFJ."

Brain research tells us that memories are closely related to emotions, and I happen to be a person with strong feelings. Therefore I have many strong memories. 

Here's a fun story about memories and emotions: The Brain, Memory, Emotions, and Hurricanes. I often tell this story to my students the first day of school, since it tells about my first day of school.

But seriously, between all my different friendships, my teaching career, and all my theatre experiences, I have a whole lot of wonderful memories. And yes, I cherish them, every one of them!

About the picture:  Right after my divorce, I auditioned with a local theatre group for a production of Me and My Girl. It was probably one of the lowest points of my life, and I needed to do something that made me feel good about myself, so I auditioned. Well, it turns out, I got the lead, and made some wonderful life long friends. I often refer to this show as the one that saved my life. 

In the picture, we are playing the spoons as part of the showstopper number, The Lambeth Walk.

If you want to know more about why I'd sharing daily affirmations, as well as links to all the affirmations, see this post: Why am I Sharing 30 Days of Self Affirmations?

If you want to know more about me, or join in the "self affirmation" fun, follow me on social media. You can find all the links HERE!

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30 Days of Self-Affirmations: Day 6: I cherish my memories! For 30 days, I will be celebrating my own "new year" with self-affirmations. If you are interested in joining me, feel free to  write your own affirmations here, or respond on my social media here: http://bit.ly/2JuKRWa




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