#WordlessWednesday ~ Why We Love Teachers

Posted by on January 23, 2013 in Family | 12 comments

Perhaps this isn’t such a “wordless” Wednesday kind of post, but this video was shared by +Natalie Rea on Twitter last night, and I just had to share it.

1. I’m a West Island girl and can’t resist sharing posts related to people or things from my old ‘hood.
2. I think we need to remember all the many reasons why teachers are so important in our children’s lives.

WARNING: Break out the Kleenex! You’ll need it!

Link up your Wordless Wednesday posts here! We’d love to check them out!

XOXO, Christine



12 Comments

  1. Shannon:
    You’re welcome :) Just needed to share this. Teachers are indeed special people.

    Monica:
    :) Happy to hear that!

    Fan R:
    :) Hooray for teachers :)

  2. Brandi:
    You are not a sap! :) I was in tears!!!

    Shayna:
    So very true!

  3. LilSugar:
    Yes! Totally made me cry. I have had a few teachers in my life who have had an incredible impact on my life. I will always remember them for that.

    MTM:
    Thank you. You are so right! Hope you share this too!

  4. My mom-in-law is a teacher, great video, so touching.

  5. Awhhh, my son is a teacher, I’m going to send him this!

  6. Great video. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Just lovely. Teaching is definitely a calling.

  8. So touching! Love it. Thanks for sharing :) I’m such a sap!!! lol

  9. What a touching video! It’s true it takes a very special person to become a teacher.

  10. so great! put music on anything and I cry, but that really was nice

  11. Oh wow! Thank you for sharing this. Especially with everything going on with teachers in Ontario right now, this is a reminder to us all what a teacher’s priority is! But, it is also so much more.

    Very emotional and I’m inspired to share it as well. I will be giving you props next Wednesday on my blog, hon!

  12. Bawling!! love this video-so beautiful! Glad there are teachers out there who care <3

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