Take Care…

…typically, it is a complimentary closing to a phone call, letter, or email. Lately, it has had so much more meaning for me. In saying as much, I am asking others to take care of themselves.

I am offering empathy for whatever they might be going through for all of us are fighting battles others cannot see. There is no better time to take care of ourselves.Take Care is also the title we chose for our WCDS middle school deep learning into identity. As adolescents ask …who am I? …how did I learn that? …with what bias do I see things? …what if? …what next? … it requires them to take care of themselves and of each other in a profound way. I am so proud to say they are doing that intense work gracefully.

Take care.