It was a difficult week in our district. On Wednesday, one of our teachers was tragically killed in an accident on her way to work.
Meghan, her husband, her boys, her colleagues, and her students, have been on my mind since.
A senseless accident such as this serves as a reminder: the time with our family and friends, our students and colleagues, is precious. We simply do not know what tomorrow may bring.
Life is a gift.
Take every opportunity to spread kindness, love openly, laugh uncontrollably, forgive readily, dream big, and live with gratitude.
And as Robert Brault reminds us: “Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.”
2 thoughts on Life is a Gift
No truer words spoken. It is a loss similar to this that brought you into my professional life. I am ever grateful for your words of inspiration and wisdom. Be well!!!
I have been thinking about that, too. It is difficult to comprehend the ‘why’ in the midst of a tragedy. Lives lost too soon. Here’s to Helen.