Here is the tweet that started it all for me,
The account was created to share my blog I had started on the same day and my second tweet was,
No need to follow the link, here it is,
"Let's see where this thing takes us." Never in my wildest dreams would I think that I would get to work with amazing people from all over the world. I have travelled to Singapore, Iceland, and many places in between sharing the love of learning and teaching. I have written 4 books (New PBL in ELA coming this month!), one audio book for Audible, and countless blog posts on here, for Eduotopia, and other places. I have also started a new job running a makerspace at an amazing school that supports me in every way. It really is a dream job. All of it is awesome and I am so lucky to be able to do it all. It can all go away at any moment and I try to get the most of it while it lasts.
All of those things are awesome, but I'm most proud of the friendships I have formed online over the past decade. I've been to the wedding of an amazing friend, presented with some of the best humans on the planet, seen babies become teenagers, and share in the ups and the downs life throws at all of us. I have had my fair share of dark days and my "internet friends" have been there through so much of it. Sharing my successes and failures has taught me so much.
As I head into the next decade, I am excited about my growing passion for woodworking and using the lathe. I'm excited to continue to share the amazingness of project based learning and makerspace with educators far and wide. It has been a wonderful adventure the past 10 years and I can't wait to see what the next 10 have in store for me.
If you were part of my last decade, thank you for everything. I'm better because of you.
Hugs and High Fives,
Just for fun, here is the 3rd tweet,