25 days of hot yoga and thankful thoughts- day TWENTY-FIVE | olive june

25 days of hot yoga and thankful thoughts- day TWENTY-FIVE

                      today's class: 60 min of hot vinyasa power flow   

                  thankful thought of the day #25- 
       i am very thankful that i was always taught to say thank you, not just today but all the time- and every night before bed- since i could talk.  

                     …. it has changed the way I think about the world.

ironically, i received these two thank you notes from students today - so sweet. 

Ms. Monaco 

Dang. That's really the only word that comes to mind when I think about the level of dedication that you put into your work. Dang. 

The whole PowerPoint slide, agenda, having our deadlines on the board, putting up what we do in class, it's like triple the support of other teachers. And trust me, it pays off for your students. I always know what's going on in Social Studies- even when I miss a day. (thank you for keeping up with your wiki! a lot teachers don't do that.)

Going to class isn't half bad, either. The welcoming atmosphere of your room makes it easy to focus on what I need to be learning, and there are plenty of opportunities for tickets. 

Thank you for the extensive information, will to teach, and lots of resources available! We've got every thing we need; even library books! 

Everything about Social Studies is high quality and enjoyable. 
And I truly appreciate what you do for us! 

- Danielle 

*seriously- how sweet is this - dang:)*

-thank you to all who supported me during this challenge- 

a lot of late nights and a lot of showering… 
loved every second of practicing on my mat though! 

1 comment:

  1. Do you ever feel like you say "thank you" too much? Sometimes I get that feeling when people around me rarely say it, but it doesn't stop me. I was raised to say "thank you" and write thank you notes since I was very young and it has stuck with me into adulthood. It feels good to be appreciative.