…Spring Break knitting on a Monday morning.
As some of my students relax on different islands in the Caribbean and in Mexico, I have started my quest to do nothing at home this spring break. Many of my first and second graders inquired about my travel plans.
Here is how the conversation went:
“Where are you traveling to Ms. Pollard?” I am traveling to [hometown].
“You can’t travel there. That is where you live!” Exactly! I am traveling to my home.
“What are you going to do?” I plan on doing nothing, zero, absolutely nothing! If I knit, that is doing nothing; if I read, that is doing nothing; and if watch my Roku, that is doing nothing. Oh, and the one thing I will do is talk to adults because I need to use bigger words this week.”
So, here is my first “nothing” activity: a golden slouchy hat. It has been awhile since I started a knitting project. I usually the energy or focus after spending my day teaching. That is why this feels so good. It is a moment for me to sit back, relax, and have unscheduled time.
How do you slow down and unwind during your vacation?
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