What Do You Make? – For All the Teachers   Leave a comment

Today, I’m doing something I almost never do – sharing the same thing on both of my blogs. I think this one is important and universal, so please overlook the repetition if I’m honored enough to have you readership here and at Andilit.

This week, many of my dearest friends will start back to a new semester full of faces and papers and syllabi and meetings.  This new start is both exciting and daunting because of its promise of fulfillment and the impending work included.

I know this feeling, even now as I return to teaching at a college for the first time in a year and try to remember how I managed to do everything I did.  Even now as I plan my o<a href=”http://www.andilit.com/classes-and-tutoring/”>nline creative essay writing class</a> that starts tomorrow.  I’m excited and a little nervous.

So on days like this, I turn to Taylor Mali and get a good reminder.  For all you teachers, remember what you make.  For all you writers, this is writing that makes a difference.

<strong>Who is your favorite teacher?  What difference did s/he make in your life?</strong>


Posted January 14, 2012 by Andi Cumbo-Floyd in Life Lessons

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