Happy Holidays

Aloha Friends. I hope this post finds you healthy and thankful for all of the wonderful things that surround you.  I had planned another post today finishing out all of our holiday activities and in light of the awful events that occurred yesterday at Sandy Hook I just don't have the heart.

I just wanted to say how thankful I am for all the wonderful things that surround my life, especially my children and my family.  I am thankful for being able to have fun in a job that I love and have loved for 20 years and counting.

I appreciate each and every person who takes the time to stop by and read any of my posts. It warms my heart to know other teachers are out there sharing ideas and doing the best they can for their students.

I tend to live in a little bubble here in my island home.  I do not have television and we do not get radio reception.  I was told of the events that occurred yesterday after school and could not believe it.  I have not been able to sit down and process until this morning and my heart truly feels so sad for those involved.

The more I read the more tears that come.

I just want to wish each and all of my followers, fellow bloggers, teachers, mothers and families a wonderful and happy holiday season.  Take time to look around you and appreciate the little things that warm your heart.

I will leave you with something to lighten your mood.  This is the card my daughters and I made last year for Christmas.  My oldest is on the right, youngest on the left, mommy in the background playing the ukulele.


  1. Thank you for the smile. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  2. Merry Christmas to you Corinna! I have loved getting to know you this year. Have a wonderful holiday. Peace and joy to you.

    1. Thank you so much Diane! Enjoy your time with your family in Sunny Florida :)


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