France, Marseille, Slice of Life, TAPIF
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6 mars – actuellement/currently

Currently:

Shivering as the wind storm clatters through the shutters and the drafty windows

Sipping warm vanilla tea

Tapping through tabs

Prioritizing my to-do list

Slicing just one more morsel of the Parmigiano-Reggiano brought back from Italy

Googling the spelling of Parmigiano-Reggiano…

Learning about “cheese crystals” on wikipedia

Crunching on them in real life

Refocusing on tomorrow’s English lessons: Hobbies in CM1, Houses in CM2, and ??? for CE2

Laying out my options, Considering what I already have prepared, Wondering what will be the most fun, Wondering what’s realistically achievable

Hoping my next day off will be more productive than today…

What are you doing, currently? ❂

Thanks, Fran McVeigh for the inspiration!

SOL

 

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11 Comments

  1. I’m so glad my post could be your inspiration. It’s one that works so well when life seems to be at its busiest!

    AND OMG – I have been in Marseille. Let’s just say MANY years ago (I was still in HS.)! Marseille and Grenoble! ❤ So love your travels!

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  2. Oh I just love your slice. I had to giggle when you went from eating to googling to learning to crunching the cheese! YUM!
    I may just have to write a currently slice some day!

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  3. Planning, reading, distracting, listening (my dog is chewing a bone, and my daughter is Skyping with a friend.) This was a great exercise to get me focused and aware of my present!

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  4. I’m adding this idea to my list to try- thanks both of you!
    I like how it encompasses different senses and emotions. Cold but eating something wonderful. Frustrated but actively working. Working, but also exploring. Not a bad place to be, currently 🙂

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  5. OK, first off, love that image! Where’s it from? Secondly…Parmigiano Reggiano from Italy is the BEST! I bought some last November to bring home and that stuff is to die for!! 🙂

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  6. Perfect for a slice post – love all that you are fitting into your day! And like others, a GOOD Parm-Reg cheese is such a treat, isn’t it?

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