Set Dreams for yourself!
Set Deadlines for yourself!
But as Jon Bon Jovi says,
" Map out your future but do it in pencil. The road ahead is as long as you make it. Make it worth the trip."

It is so important to take the time to reflect on what you truly want in life, in all areas - personal and professional. However, while setting those dreams make sure to write them down and be committed to fulfilling them. You are the only one that can do it!! But also remember that sometimes you might have to erase if you choose to take a different path. Also recognize that you might be 'dull' some days and you will need to 'sharpen' (refocus) to get yourself back on track.

For our students, it is important that we encourage them to have dreams. As my favorite Walt Disney quote says, "If you can dream it, you can do it." What will our students dream up?

So why the #2 pencil. While the No. 2 represents
hardness of the lead ― the lower the number, the softer the metal. Early machines that scanned and scored tests couldn’t detect marks made by hard pencil leads. Marks from No. 3 and 4 pencils resulted in erroneous results.
Softer pencils, however, had a tendency to smudge, making No. 1 impractical.

The yellow shade of a pencil apparently began to dominate the pencil industry in the late nineteenth century. At that time, pencils were either painted dark colors or not at all. Then, a company based in Austria-Hungary introduced a new, expensive brand of pencil that was painted yellow to distinguish it from other pencils.

"Dream to be Different"

1 comment:

  1. Hey... I decided to comment on your blog instead of back on mine because I wasn't sure if you would see it! I didn't make my cape. I actually got it from etsy! I was able to email her and let her know what I wanted. The kids love it!!