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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Appreciated!

Here are a few of the Valentine's I received from my students. I teach a pull out program called APEX for Intellectually Gifted kids. I feel super appreciated.














45 comments:

stevebethere said...

Aww! that's very sweet they obviously like you, things like that make your job worthwhile.

Have a fantastico week Joyce

Unknown said...

That is so wonderful! It is good to be appreciated for all your efforts Joyce. Congratulations and all the very best to you.

Aleksandra Nearing said...

How sweet! Good for you and for them for appreciating you!

Anonymous said...

I love that!
Mitch

Tammi @ My Organized Chaos said...

Awesome!!
:)

Jen said...

Those are so sweet!

RealWorldMom said...

Looks like you have some wonderful students and you are making a positive impact on them! :)

shelly said...

Sorry for the cross outs***funny***.

Hugs and chocolate,
Shelly

Raine said...

Receiving beautiful notes and cards from students really warms the heart. Wonderful!

Binky said...

The important thing is, what kind of chocolates did they give you?

Martha Jane Orlando said...

Oh, these are priceless! Cherish them!

Bernie said...

WHAT have the kids done, to write such lovely letters to the teacher??? lololol

Love the idea though!

Mines up as well at AussiePomm - Blast from the past!!!!

Have a great day!!

An Apel a Day said...

I like the one that says, "Sorry for the crossouts." They are all pretty sweet.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I just love handwritten notes from kids. *sorry about the crossouts is hilarious! My daughter is in 3rd grade and I get a lot of crossouts in the notes she writes me too.

Mimi N said...

Awww, that's wonderful! What a blessing!! I'm hoping my son will get into the gifted program where we've moved to. They're moving extremely slow and my son is bored!

Tabitha Blue said...

Makes all that hard work worth it I'm sure! Sooo sweet!

:)
~Tabitha

Kristin Aquariann said...

How sweet!! ^.^

♥ aquariann
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Unknown said...

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Unknown said...

Soooo sweet!! I love the one tat says "I appreciate you."
Tiffany

Unknown said...


Lol - '...all that you know...' - priceless.

Unknown said...

soo cute and cool!! ;)

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LaVonne said...

That is so sweet. Thank you for sharing. And I appreciate you linking up this week to my WW linky!

Andreea B (aradeanca.com) said...

Lovely tiny little hearts! :)

Anonymous said...

Happy WW. thanks for hosting.
Have a great day.
Nan
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Veronica Lee said...

Priceless!! That was so sweet!

mail4rosey said...

Aww, I know the kids love to get the cards, but it's nice to see a teacher appreciating them too!

Beth F said...

How wonderful to so appreciated.

Masshole Mommy said...

Oh how thoughtful. It must be so nice to know how much you're appreciated.

ImagesByCW | OceanDreamIllustration said...

How sweet is that?! Hmm, I don't remember being that nice to our teachers...

Rhonda Albom said...

Nice. Congrats. You are appreciated as a friend too.

Kristi Maloney said...

Those are so nice. It must be great to get that feedback and appreciation from the kids for all that great teachers like yourself do!

Anonymous said...

That is really sweet! And what a great idea to showcase them this way. Very clever. Thanks for hosting this linky link!

Angela Thompson said...

Love getting thank you notes like these. There is just nothing quite like the thank-you notes written by children!

Unknown said...

Aw, that's SO sweet!

Ms POSH said...

That is too sweet!
POSH

NanaHood said...

When my mom died in 1990 I cleaned out her desk (she was a reading teacher for 17 years) I found notes all in her desk drawer, much like yours. One of the hardest things I have ever done. Sorry, to be a downer but it brought back memories. Teachers touch lives and often don't realize the power of their influence. Blessings to you. Your post touched my heart!

NanaHood is the second half of the motherhood journey.

Thanks for linking up and hosting!

Paula said...

What sweet kids!! They must really love having you as a teacher :)

Unknown said...

Aww, that's great! My son is in 2nd grade, I'd love for him to have a teacher like you!

Claire Justine said...

Arr this is so sweet, you must be such a good teacher :)

Unknown said...

Thanks for feeding my brain :) My kids don't even give me cards like these anymore. Maybe next year I will trick them into making some!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Awwww this is wonderful :)

Alex Green said...

Aren't cards from students the best? :)

Thanks for linking up with Good Girl Gone Wife!

Karren Haller said...

Thanks for stopping by Twig Terrariums and now I have another Linky and hope you can stop by.
Sunday Collective Social Linky Party Have a great weekend!

Wayne W Smith said...

THOSE ARE AWESOME!!! Thanks for linking up with me this week - I appreciate it.

Christina Morley said...

Hi Joyce! It sounds like an interesting class. Thanks for visiting Amanda's Books and More. I'm now following you with GFC.