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Thursday, January 22, 2009

this post is part of "hi/lo thursday" on riggs family blog 


snow. when you live in the south, there's nothing quite like an entire day of snow. and what is even better is a day of snow with virtually no accumulation, or at least no trecherous roads. i know inches = happiness for children, but it's okay. i loved watching the big fluffy flakes falling all day long. 


tears. one of the students i lead recounted how hurtful it is to hear racial slurs. even in the spirit of fun, words sting, and feelings linger. as the tear rolled down her cheek, it broke my heart.


  1. That is beautiful.

    I just found your blog and love it! I'm looking forward to reading more.

  2. We got snow in Charleston, SC...of course non stayed in place even a second,,,but is was great seeing the excitement on my girls faces..

    Love< marci

  3. Awww for your student. Yes, they do sting and I pray our children never have to hear those ugly slings at them. We are a bi-racial family through the blessing of Intl Adoption and sometimes people say - well, just stupid things.

    Hope you got to enjoy the snow. It has been magical up north where we live and our children have been having a great time playing outside. Even our newest son who came home 5 days ago from Ethiopia!



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