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June 23, 2010


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green girl in Wisconsin

It IS still fun! You're right!

busy bee suz

Something about them, just begs for us to doodle.
Nice to see the kids show their appreciation for you.


How nice to keep a picture of the notes and doodles!

Mama Hen Em

Whiteboards never stop being fun! We keep two in the car for long trips and the chickies LOVE them! What a sweet memento from your students!


we do that at work all the time :-)




Very sweet! So many people saying you're their favorite. :)

We held a going away party for a co-worker in a room with a white board, and wrote funny phrases she'd say on a regular basis, some which were pretty bawdy.

Then - a moment of panic when it looked as though we'd accidentally used permanent markers. Thank God for industrial strength cleansers!

Susie @ A Slice of my Life

Love white boards! They're even more fun than chalkboards were because you can use color and it's not so messy.

I think it's awesome how much they all adore you!


I admit that when I see markers and a white board I am compelled to write, and my handwriting and art ability isn't...good.

How sweet and bittersweet it must be -- to grow with your students all year and then say goodbye. I have no doubt that you are their favorite teacher.


You're obviously loved by those kids! Very cool!


Congratulations on a job well done!

Kelly, The Glass Dragonfly

Yes, it is still fun!!

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