There is so much I want and need to deliberate in the form of sharing here at Sperk*. The high-quality responses I typically receive in the comments always surprise me and I am grateful. Your stories and insight propel my initial pondering into compelling conversations, helping me to discover even more of what I am trying to grasp. THIS ALWAYS HAPPENS.
To gather my thoughts into a cohesive and purposeful state, I usually read articles of interest via Twitter or Pulse News, or I will pin, pin, pin on Pinterest. However, today, organized thought eludes me.
I am thinking that if I share some of the content I have been curating at Pinterest (or using in desperation to bind an idea into a succinct bit of writing), it may be fruitful in helping me to work out whatever restlessness keeps me from focus.
I visited Delilah over at Confessions of a Semi-Domesticated Mama this morning because I know she regularly shares her pins of interest in a category she calls “Pin…teresting.” I was taken aback to find that she too is feeling restless. She questions the change in weather in being the cause and I, too, am going to go that route:
Please enjoy this bit of a highlight from my beloved curating project over at Pinterest as I attempt to deal with the global warming that is transpiring within my brain:
For Fun: Vintage Dresses
Did you know that I love vintage dresses? I do. I really do. If I ever acquire a ton of expendable cash, I'm going to line my mega walk-in closet with archival quality boxes full of them. I may wear them, too!
For Kids: Tech and EdTech
Summer is coming! What are you going to do with your kids on a rainy day? How can you be sure your students don't lose skills they acquired during the school year? Check out my Tech/EdTech board for ideas on engaging your children over the summer.
Kids too young for Facebook but dying to get social online?
Help your children learn social media skills on PixyKids: Social media for ages 6-12:
Maybe summer is a good time for your kids learn Spanish? There's an App for that:
Just in time for Mother's Day, I created a pin board of stories found around the blogosphere about mothers. If you come across an great one, let me know. If you would like to collaborate in gathering content, by all means, let me know and I'll add you to the board.
shared this moving story about her mom this week
in the YeahWrite #55 Writing Challenge:
There couldn't be a pin board curating stories about moms
without this one from Ado at The Momalog:
My brain now feels cooled off and clear. Thanks for accompanying me as I sift through the stuff that obstructs clear and concise thought! Go check out my Pinterest profile for more curation-creation by Sperk*.