Wednesday, March 17, 2021

I Want to Join Leigh Anne's Party! #SOL21

This is my first year participating in the March Slice of Life Challenge, and I am inspired every day by all of the wonderful writers.  I am so excited to be invited to my first slicer party.  Thank you, Leigh Anne, for the invite and prompt.  I enjoyed creating my ID to get into your party.  

Here is the mentor text:

“Depending On When You Met Me” by Devon Gundry, Soul Pancake

Depending on when you met me, I might have been: a checker’s champion, the kid who squirted Super Glue in his eye, a competitive Ping-Pong player, Tweedle Dum, a high school valedictorian, a fake blond, 1/12 of an all-male a capella group, a graduate of the Vanderbilt School of Engineering, a nomad, a street musician, or a pigeon assassin.

My ID for entrance:

Depending on when you met me, I might have been:  a read-a-thon winner, the voice for a quiet and shy younger brother, a media center helper, a rollerskater, a volleyball player, the devoted granddaughter sitting by a bed listening to stories, a waitress at Friendly's, the one who tended to lock her keys in the car and snuck home to get the spare key late at night, a women's rights protester, a Wheaton College English and psychology student, a paralegal ready to go to law school, a recently married claims supervisor, a post-baccalaureate education student, a 6th-grade ELA teacher, a soccer and dance mom, a director of the school theater program, a master's student, the creator of a literacy program, a co-teacher, a crime show junkie, a wanna-be profiler, book worm, writer, and soon-to-be empty nester. 

Thank you for this wonderful writing opportunity.  I have fun thinking about all the versions of me!

I am loving the Two Writing Teachers March Slice of Life Challenge!





 

9 comments:

  1. I love your ID, Heather! I really like "voice for a quiet and shy younger brother" and makes me want to ask a million questions - I want to know if there is lots of story in that line :) Thank you for sharing these layers of you!

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  2. So many stories you could mine from this! I am also a crime show lover, and a murder mystery reader. We really are going to have to meet up sometime when it's possible. :)

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  3. So many things I didn't know about you Heather! This was so cool and, like Britt, I have a million questions. You also made me think of even MORE things I could have put in my own ID.

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  4. A fun post to join the party! Nice to learn a little about you!

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  5. This is very special! I learned so much about you in such a witty way! I loved this line especially, "the one who tended to lock her keys in the car and snuck home to get the spare key late at night,"

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  6. We are made of the experiences of our past, aren't we? I feel like I know you a bit better through this self- description. Leigh Anne has great ideas!

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  7. So happy you joined us! After reading others' IDs, I really want to do mine again! I'm loving read-a-thon winner! There are so many other stories that I want to know about!

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  8. I love this - we learn so much about you in a such a condensed, packed little post!

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