With All Your Heart

OK, more FUN-spiration from Stein Mart that I can hang on the wall in my new office. YAY!
It nicely complements the book I'm reading called The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown, in which she talks about Wholeheartedness. You can read her blog here.

I plan to ask my students what they think it means. 
I can't wait to hear what they come up with.
What does it say to you?


  1. I LOVE that! I am sad we don't have a Steinmart close to where I live. =(

    I cannot wait to hear what the kiddos say!

    Heather's Heart

  2. I love that quote, too. To me it means being present.

    Grade ONEderful

    PS definitely keep the birds. They look elegant :)

  3. Hi Barbara!

    I LOVED your comment (okay, I'll admit: I love ALL of your comments) about page views. Here's what matters to me: The people who are interested in me and my babbling stop by and say Hi. I'd rather read and learn and comment anyway. I'm in awe of skillful bloggers (which includes you, by the way, Miss-I-blog-DAILY-even-when-I'm-gone-and-I'm-gone until-New-Years-peek-a-boo-I'm still here!) I love the BlogUniverse. It takes me places every day. Just yesterday it took me to Brene Brown's site (which you can't "follow" or at least I don't have the right button). Inspirational! And sometimes it takes me to other sites when I need math worksheets, or organizational tips, or a giggle from Kristin. We all have our gifts (and your gift list is LENGTHY!)

    So, a thought turned into a mini-treatise (again!) and I'm really here to say Hi! I'm glad we're in this together!

    And now you have another page view.
    : )

    Finding JOY in 6th Grade

  4. LOVE this :) Glad to see you noticed my new signature! Hope you have an awesome new year as well.


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