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Sparkling Photos from our Double Snow Day in Boston

There’s at least one moment every few days when I think to myself: “Teaching really is the best career in the world.” Sometimes this thought is spurred on when a student finally understands a concept.

Other days it’s activated by the zing of a vibrant classroom discussion. Sometimes it comes from the intellectual buzz of making a tough text like Shakespeare accessible. But, in the case of this week… my teacher euphoria came from our DOUBLE SNOW DAY off from school!

Before diving into grading and planning today (yes, we still work during days off, but it’s a lot cozier in PJs), I couldn’t resist taking a walk around the neighborhood to capture the beauty of icy Boston. Come walk with me and check it out! Click each thumbnail to enlarge the photo.

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Anders

Monday 20th of June 2011

I loved that double day snow day. The first day I went snowboardig at Pats peak. Then the second day I made 100$ shoveling. I like the pictures.

James G.

Monday 20th of June 2011

I remember that day it looked so nice but it was horrible to walk through

Keiana

Sunday 1st of May 2011

The pictures are amazing.Bud I'd have to disagree with the people that said they love Boston, because the weather is so confusing. But I guess the landscape and places are historic and beautiful.

Octavia Daniels

Thursday 28th of April 2011

This is one of the reasons why I am in love with Boston. It has one of the most beautiful landscapes in the country. I am from the south so snow is a stranger this is indeed beautiful to see. I totally agree that there are those moments or days when we teachers realize that we are in on a secret that has somehow gone undetected by the rest of the world...the job of teaching. It truly is the best career in the world. Your student is correct, you do make the articles come alive. I can't wait to get there. Great pictures.

chris

Tuesday 1st of March 2011

Great job taking those pictures. They look very professional. I use to be BLA's photographer, maybe you can give me a few tips.

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