Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Six Word Saturday - 6 October 2012


World Teachers' Day should be internationally recognized and celebrated around the world.
In honor of a few special teachers I know of,
that you may have met right here on my blog...
Alexia, Max, JJ, Marilyn, Lisa, Miss Jenny!
and since I haven't really had enough coffee
yet this morning
I may be back to
post more names of those wonderful teachers we all know and love right here in Blogland.
Feel free to add your own special teacher's name in the comments.

Let's just give thanks to our teachers everywhere!

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JJ said...

Karen: You are a sweetheart. I thank you on behalf of teachers everywhere.

Filip and Kristel said...

Teaching is a way of live, I am sure it is not always easy.


Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Teachers generally make too easy of a target. For how can they teach those who are being raised by parents who do not care if they learn anything or not?

Little Nell said...

I have to applaud this Karen, as a retired one myself :)

Ron. said...

This former Special Educator appreciates your appreciation. Thanks.

retired not tired said...

teachers can use more recognition. Our teachers are under a lot of stress these days with very little pay.

Karen S. said...

Jerry- amen I so hear what you're saying.

Karen S. said...

JJ- you are welcome and I know your students are darn lucky to have or have had you!

Karen S. said...

Little Nell- You rock- ! ..and I applaud you back! :)

Karen S. said...

Ron- Hooray for you...see I didn't even realize you were or are a teacher! You sure rock too!

sage said...

This was not a day that I generally observed when growing up!

Karen S. said...

Sage- you are too funny! But I knew a lot of well (mostly) boys who had the same feelings! It's funny the older I get the more I appreciate teachers still!... and some of them have been found in the oddest of places even!

Cloudia said...


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Titania said...

I can say, I take my hat off. Teaching is a profession of dedication like being a medical doctor, one always does better then best.

Dulcina said...

Dear Karen, thanks for this tribute from another retired teacher (retired, but always teaching)
Little pay, yes,
little recognition, yes,
but just a good pupil's success is worth all the effort.

Anonymous said...

God bless teachers everywhere!!