Tuesday, December 6, 2016

The House And Woman That Changed My Life Forever


  1. I kind of chocked up a few times reading this because it was a hard story for me. Mrs. Sears has been a part of my life for a long time, and the last time I visited her she said "I lived a good life." When I was writing it I cried too. I'm glad we got to write a story like this in class. Thank you so much Mr. Lohre. I loved your class so much.

    1. Shaylee, you have such heart and it comes through totally in this piece. It's wonderful. To write something that evokes feeling and meaning is a powerful thing, and I hope everyone in the class learned that your stories are who you are and how you see the world, and they must be told. Now I know Mrs. Sears too, and she is worth knowing. We MUST know her, and those like her that build our worlds and bring significance to our lives. Thank you Shaylee for your work and team spirit always. Hope to see you in another class, or at least around campus. Hope you will join Moccasins!


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