Celebration: Miss Miriam

This week I celebrate the wonderful Miriam who works in my classroom with me. Not only do we share a brain, we share an important group of children who have a variety of gifts and a variety of needs. Everyday there is wonderful learning and a certain kind of magic that allows every member of our classroom community to smile. To laugh. To find joy. Much of this is because of Miriam. Here, I celebrate some of the many wonderful things that make her so very special to me and to our students.

I celebrate her friendship.

Celebration: Miss Miriam

I celebrate that the students in our class truly are our children.

Celebration: Miss Miriam

I celebrate her calm.

Celebration: Miss Miriam

I celebrate her giving spirit.

Celebration: Miss Miriam

I celebrate that she knows how to orchestrate the very thing some of us need at the right time. And then celebrates it in just the right way.

Celebration: Miss Miriam

Celebration: Miss Miriam

I celebrate her intense pride about all the amazing things our children do.

Celebration: Miss Miriam

I celebrate that she has shared her passion and made it our passion and that yoga is something that is such a part of our classroom community.

Celebration: Miss Miriam Celebration: Miss Miriam Celebration: Miss Miriam

Celebration: Miss Miriam

It is an honour every day to work with someone who teaches me, who inspires me and who treats children with such absolute love, respect and dignity.

I celebrate Miriam and how lucky I feel to share a classroom full of very special little people with her every day.

Celebration: Miss Miriam

Thank you to Ruth Ayres, for the inspiration and the Celebration Link up that she hosts each week. I treasure this #celebratelu community.

celebrate link up

43 thoughts on “Celebration: Miss Miriam

  1. I celebrate Miss Miriam too. How hard it is to be calm. I don’t think I practice it enough. I think you have helped Miss Miriam reach us today too by sharing her kind, calm, generous spirit. Thank you.

  2. What a beautiful colleague, on all levels. Her smiles light up everything around her. Thank you for sharing this amazing collaboration. You and your kiddos are blessed with Miss Miriam.

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