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  This is where I live, from the middle of the field by the pond.  Look at that sky!  When I started my 90-day practice of walking around the field every day, and writing a blessing every day, its purpose was to keep me writing. Substitute teaching (let alone full-time teaching) has a way of occupying every brain cell all the time, and sucking up most of your time. I felt my creative energy was being sapped and I wasn't writing.  The practice has done its job: As soon as I get in the car at 3 o'clock, my brain turns to the walk and the blessing that are coming when I get home. Knowing I have this practice to go home and maintain takes my mind off my teaching day. It also helps if it's been a challenging day in the classroom; the walk and the blessing aren't tied to each other - I don't use the walk to inspire the blessing - so the walk helps me work through whatever reflection I need to take in order to figure out the lesson I, as the teacher, need to learn from tha

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