You may know that I am semi-retired at this point in my life. I work part-time for the University of Washington, supervising teaching interns. Each week, I visit teaching interns in 4 different school districts, I observe them teaching a lesson and we debrief together afterward, looking at what went well in their lesson and discussing ways to improve. Two of the schools I visit have breathtaking views of Mt. Ranier. Usually, when the weather is clear, I can’t take my eyes off of that incredible vista. But the other day I happened to look down and I noticed these amazing roots emanating from the trees in the parking lot. So I grabbed my camera and I offer them here to you for my Macro Sunday post.
These pictures make me question what anchors me? What stabilizes my life and nurtures my soul? How can I grow my roots deeper? Do you grapple with these questions, too?
One thing that anchors me, is meaningful relationships with others in my life. I nurtured some of those relationships while I was at the Bead Fest in Philadelphia last weekend. Come back to my blog tomorrow to read more about how those connections were deepened.
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