Whew! What a great week! Still having a hard time processing the fact that I will not be back at Sarah Moore Greene next year. There have been innumerable moments of greatness in our Locker Room. I've been allowed to see into the lives of some of Knoxville's most precious, innocent children. I compare the process of leaving with what happens when two different colored pieces of construction paper are glued together, then pulled apart...a little bit of each piece is left behind on the other. I know I'll never be the same, I just hope I never forget and I'm afraid that I might.
I had the opportunity to share some of my lessons learned with the WestKnox Kiwanis Club last Tuesday.
Sherry Storms gave me the opportunity to speak at the National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony on Thursday evening.
I spoke with Jack Nealy on the phone Friday morning and he challenged me to change grade levels when I return to West Valley in the fall.
I have a lot on my mind, and no time yet to process...