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Sage - The Therapy Dog

posted Jan 17, 2017, 11:15 AM by Google Apps

It’s the little things in life that make the most difference. This is the most wonderful time of the year to notice the littlest miracles. Everywhere you look, a miracle is just about to unfold. You can find the miracles in children’s faces, the spirit of the season. I recently asked my two-year-old granddaughter, Lana, what she wanted for Christmas. She replied so seriously, “a piece of candy!” So small and simple; yet pure and amazing. I would imagine she’ll get her small gift, but the look on her face will be the gift to those around her.

Our office staff received a gift also when Casey’s dog, Sage came by to visit. She is a past-certified therapy dog and very well mannered. Her gift to us was her presence. She charmed everyone in the office!

Take a few moments to embrace the miracles in your lives and those of your students. Play with your students, create great learning opportunities and they will be successful! Never give up and look for the smallest differences. Small success is a miracle. Don’t forget to notice and embrace your “inner child” this season and the miracles will abound.

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