Smile

Day 6 – March SOLSC

I follow @TeachWriteEDU on Twitter and every day there is a Word of the Day as part of the Daily Writing Project to help inspire daily writing.  I wasn’t sure what I was going to write today, so I turned to #DWHabit for some inspiration.

Word of the Day: Smile (technically yesterday’s word)

Smiles can be so powerful -the simplest act of kindness. You can turn someone’s day around and bring joy with a smile.

Smiles can warm your heart – when I see my daughter smile, I can feel the warmth radiate throughout. And when I need some extra warmth, I find a picture of my dad – his smile was the best.

Smiles just feel good – think about it. Don’t you just feel better after smiling and having someone smile back?! Throw in a giggle with that smile and you’re good to go!

Smiles can light up a room – every day I can’t wait to see my room full of 6 & 7 year old smiles and laughs.

Smiles are contagious. Bring joy to someone today with a smile. Our world can use a lot more smiles!

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I’m participating in the March Slice of Life Story Challenge!  Thank you to the team of writers at Two Writing Teachers for this wonderful writing community.  A place for us to grow together as writers.  

3 thoughts on “Smile

  1. I LOVE the Word of the Day! I use it with two first grade classes and a fifth grade class. I am always amazed at each writers take on the same word! Watching them create is inspirational! I love the message in your slice. It sure is the truth! Just smile! I often tell my own children, “keep smiling” – smiles do make the world a brighter place! Thanks for sharing!

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