Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Teacher Special at SoSoBella Designs

We love our teachers. 
They put in so much extra work. 
They truly care about our kids. 
And for this I am grateful. 
So today, SoSoBella Designs is offering this necklace to all teachers.
And if you are purchasing for a teacher, you get the special too. 


So hop over, right here and show your appreciation to your teachers. Feel free to have wording on there instead of names. 

And we are giving one away too. 
Leave us a comment and let us know what you remember about your favorite teacher. What was it that made you remember them. 
We will pick a winner Monday. 


9 comments:

tartankiwi said...

My favourite teacher was my history teacher. He had an AMAZING way of bringing the past to life, both by his use of humour and his skill for invoking our imaginations.

LuLu said...

WOW how i love this. Teachers are sooooo important! My favorite teacher was my speech teacher he was so amazing, i still talk about him and he just passed away this spring, i was sooo sad.
xo,
LuLu

All That Jazz said...

Oh thank you, thank you, I'm a teacher and that is beautiful! I teach preschoolers (4-5 year olds, Pre-Kindergarten.) I love my students like they were my own kids!! It is such an important job, instilling a love of learning and joy. I really didn't have a favorite teacher growing up, although one of my high school history teachers was very passionate and had us do a lot of role play to understand historical events- like we'd actually go on strike, etc. He made the learning very meaningful!
~michelle~

carlisle clan conversation... said...

My favorite teacher was Mrs. Mansfield, by 10th grade English teacher. She was probably everyone's worst teacher. She rarely smiled and was not at all into favorites or being relevant. She not only flunked me once, but flunked me twice. I was smart alec who figured a few missed papers here and there wouldn't matter. She wasn't the only teacher I tested, she's just the only one who cared enough to show me the value of an education and prove that nothing in life is free. Now as a homeschooling Mom to two, I cherish the lesson she taught me of integrity and perseverance.

Jenni said...

that is really sweet of you to do for teachers (i am one, 8th grade reading)!

my favorite teacher was my high school home ec/life skills teacher, mrs. larson. she was amazing! she and her husband (who now has passed) used to take us on field trips to different restaurants and wanted us to experience as many cultural things as possible. she is an incredible lady and i still keep in touch with her, even though i have moved several states away. she is the ony one that gets a family christmas card in the mail!

hmmm...think this year i need to tell her just what an impact she had on me growing up!

Lisa said...

My favorite teacher was my 4th grade teacher, Mrs. Ratzlaff. She made learning fun! I also really liked my teachers in middle school which was partly why I became a middle school teacher. Love your jewelry!

Helen said...

My favorite teacher was Ms. Kimura, my high school Calculus teacher. She "empowered" me to believe I was capable of doing something I didn't know I could do: learn.

LibraryGirl62 said...

My favorite was Miss Foster because she believed in me...simple as that!

Gianina said...

My favorite teacher was Mrs. Varela in 7th grade. She teaches me one of the most practical class that help me every day, how to type. Every day I remember her.
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