Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Peace in a Sentence

Day in a Sentence IconKia ora tātou – Hello Everyone
Kevin Hodgson (aka Dogtrax) is an amazing teacher, blogger and friend who continues to impress me with his energy, enthusiasm and inventive ideas that are put into action; this man walks the talk.

He was the first person ever to post a comment on my blog. He reads 500 blogs a day on his RSS Reader. I awarded him the Fantastic Commenter Award during my first month of blogging because of the ubiquitous way he permeated the blogosphere posting relevant comments everywhere I looked.

He involves his students in some of the most remarkably innovative activities and he and his students are well known for their claymation movies.

He started his own published
cartoon series, Boolean Squared. He has also been running a blog activity called Day In A Sentence for years and it gives me a lot of real pleasure to host Kevin’s ‘Day In A Sentence’.

This week’s challenge, true to Kevin’s principles, is to use the theme peace in your day/week in a sentence.

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So get your thinking furnace roaring, forge your sentence, and post your words in a comment here. Your innovative product will be posted
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16 comments:

Shaun Wood said...

Letting go of old things has allowed a sense of peace to seep into me this week.

Karen said...

Peace: a feeling, a statement, a goal.

Bonnie K said...

Peace for this week is peace of mind as I immerse myself in learning for my digital creation. And by Monday I will be on the road to Washington with warm clothes,to celebrate a hope for peace beyond myself.

Ken, you are the perfect guest host,
Bonnie

Mathew Needleman said...

Wishing peace for the world and the probationary teachers in my district who may be losing their jobs.

paul c said...

Peace is enjoying an 'Alberta Clipper' sprinkle an additional five centimeters of snow on twenty.

paul c said...

I forgot to include that I think your graphics are so unique. May I ask where you retrieve them or how you design them? Also the fireplace image is pretty cool.

Karen S. said...

Peace is one child helping another, a smile of friendship, a sparkle of understanding and relationships that are the foundation of learning and living.

eric s said...

Reminding myself to breath and listen this week has provided glimpses of peace.

Kevin Hodgson said...

It was a peaceful, easy feeling that came over me this afternoon as I realized that I was going away on a four day weekend to a warmer environment with only my wife (kids, left behind).

Kevin

diane said...

I am at peace with myself, no matter the tempest that at times surrounds me.

Blogger In Middle-earth said...

A blackbird’s unforgettable chronicle graced our garden today, but the gentle bird-song they heard in Gaza will not be remembered.

Amy Kenyon said...

Falling snow is always peaceful to me no matter how much my friends complain about the driving and the shoveling.

Cynthia Calvert said...

Tramping through the woods in front of my house this afternoon, avoiding the limbs and briars that reached out to stop me, I finally found the bed of native daffodils that always bring me hope and peace.

murcha said...

Peace is a word that has been on my mind lately - world peace that is - as I am about to go to Qatar with three students from my school to look at some of the issues we face as a globe, and as our globe 'flattens', how we can work together to achieve and maintain world peace.

Gail Desler said...

I'm watching a beautiful sunrise here in the Sierra foothills - and hoping to hang on to this peaceful moment as I return to work next week and learn how California's budget woes will play out in my district.

Wishing the same to the DIAS community,
Gail

Paige V. Baggett said...

The rain falls steadily from the dark sky in shades of grey; drinking coffee and gazing through the window, I am at peace.