When you desire a culture of honour and have the privileged to see it face-to-face, it is humbling.
Win or lose.
Good or bad.
It gives freedom.
It shows respect.
It is empowering.
It involves healthy discipline not punishment.
Culture of honour for me is thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
My CC, was able to sit in a circle of honour last weekend.
Surrounded by warrior athletes, who sacrifice to help their team become its best year after year.
They are led by their empowering coach, my coach from many years ago when I played Varsity volleyball.
Despite losing last weekend’s match, my son was welcomed into the fold to stretch, hangout and be amongst these warrior women and coaches.
I am reading this amazing book as I seek honour.
With my Sexy Neck.
With my boys.
With my family.
With my friends.
In my community.
Within my business.
Culture of honour.
Honouring myself, which honouring every person who comes across my path.
Who ever thought of that?
It’s brilliant and I am jumping in with this little ditty from my very first year of teaching in the classroom.
I was inspired by my boys getting their class photos this week.
Ahhh class photos.
What an amazing group of people at a little country school.
Throwing it back!
Last week was Family Literacy Day and our school celebrated by inviting families to come read in their children’s classroom.
We love reading with our children every day and I especially loved reading in my boys’ classrooms.
We were asked to bring our favourite books from home.
I love these neighbours.
I love reading!
As my colleagues in the public sector walk the picket line, I dive head first into a new teaching job supporting families that are schooling at home.
First, I learn about each students passions and interests. I ponder curriculum. I write up a learning plan and then I spend many hours at my computer getting ‘er done! Sexy Neck has told me in my family of origin we like to get ‘er done!
Using my teacher brain.
Sharing my gifts.
Following God’s leading.
Living the presence of God.
Watching my interwoven life.
Woven with others.