1. Today a theater of kids erupted in applause at the end of Aladdin. It was super cute.

2. Once in the fourth grade, I read this story. It stuck with me, remained under my skin, a part of my understanding of the world, and the cruelty we often experiment with as young children. It simply broke my heart. I am reminded of it each year as the summer ends and we prepare for school. My heart still aches for Margot. "The children pressed to each other like so many roses, like so many weeds, intermixed, peering out for a look at the hidden sun." All Summer in a Day - Ray Bradbury

3. As women, we collectively ache. Whether the loss is our own, or another's the potential that exists in our body, in our breath, is a whisper we all share.
What did you learn today?

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