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WATWB: The Principal who Reads Bedtime Stories to Students

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Welcome to #WATWB # 22! We are sharing stories about people doing good work and bringing hope to the world.  To learn more about this monthly blogfest, visit

https://www.damyantiwrites.com/we-are-the-world-blogfest/

and the WATWB Facebook page for more positive posts.

My story this month is about Dr. George, the elementary school principal who reads stories to her students every Tuesday night on a livestream from her home. I love her genuine, fun nature and her messages like, “It’s okay to be weird,” and “Anything that’s  loving and kind, it grows much faster….”  I bet you’ll enjoy this video!

 

It’s hard to believe that WATWB has been going strong for two years! Happy Anniversary to all! There’s still plenty of good in the world. We are the world!

Our cohosts for this month are:  Shilpa Garg Sylvia McGrath , Belinda WitzenHausen, Dan Antion, Damyanti Biswas.

Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Jesus follower, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again as well as the short version: From Loneliness to Love.

29 thoughts on “WATWB: The Principal who Reads Bedtime Stories to Students

  1. I heard this story last weekend, and I absolutely loved it. I had already decided on my WATWB post, but I’m so glad you shared this story, JoAnna!

  2. Bedtime stories are invaluable

  3. What a fantastic woman. You can see she loves what she does and is not scared to go that extra mile. Such fabulous memories for the students too!❤️ Thanks so much for sharing this and for being a part of#WATWB. Two years and we’re still going strong thanks to you and the rest of the #WATWB family!

  4. Storytime was never so much fun! Wonderful innovators are people like her, just being themselves, and helping the kids shine as themselves, too!

  5. What a fabulous fun story – I love this! Our kids need role models that help them navigate this world with confidence and joy, and Dr. George is a wonderful example. Thanks for sharing this one!

  6. Thanks for that amazing story! In our own little spaces in this world, we can find ways to make others happy.

  7. This is such a gorgeous post! I love that she is doing this. Most people never would it’s awesome to hear of people who would…
    Love, light and glitter

    • I especially don’t think many principals would do this. I like what she says about building relationships. Thanks for stopping by Eliza! Love, light and glitter! 🙂

  8. I love Dr. George in all of her weirdness, and that she shares her inner child by reading books in a onesie over the internet. That is fabulous! Thanks for participating in #WATWB and sharing this video, JoAnna. It gave me a Friday night smile!

  9. What an amazing person. Loved her story

  10. What a wonderful lady. Stories are so important to children She is doing them a great favour

  11. I’ve seen this video—was great to revisit it. This is such a beautiful story–exactly what we need more of.

  12. Hi JoAnna – what a delightful post … no wonder the kids love to be with her in the evenings. I’d love to go along too … Dr George is certainly a leader isn’t she – those kids will always remember her – lovely … cheers Hilary

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  14. How marvelous to see something positive, JoAnna. Hugs!

    • Thanks for appreciating the positive, Teagan. I NEED positive news for balance.

      • One of the best things I’ve done for myself is “cutting the Comcast cord” back in 2014. Because that resulted in me watching a lot less news. I realize that it’s important to be informed, but… Well, as you said, balance. I also only watch/read stories that have my “feel good factor.” No matter how well made, beautifully costumed, or well acted, if there isn’t something in it that makes me feel good, I don’t watch or read as the case may be. I know that’s rather extreme and is not for everyone, but it helps me. Cheers.

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