Wednesday, October 3, 2012

30 Days of Photos #3

#3 Above my head

This photo challenge has been developed by Mike and Ziva, you can see everyone
participating by linking up @ Ziva's Inferno.

I work as a speech therapist in a public high school- many of my students have trouble visualizing and expressing themselves. I try to explain to them that often the world is not what it seems and that we need to use our language & words to truly understand...
When the kids come in this is what they see directly above my head:


  1. Wow, that poster certainly gets you thinking.. Mostly about Titanic, but still. I love it. :)

  2. LOLZ @ Ziva's comment!

    I love that poster. The reflection is definitely though provoking! Great job!

  3. Excellent take on today's theme. Your students are lucky to have you!

  4. Wise words, my dear. And I love that poster. :)

  5. Every night in my dreams
    I see you, I feel you,
    That is how I know you go on

    Far across the distance
    And spaces between us
    You have come to show you go on

    Near, far, wherever you are
    I believe that the heart does go on
    Once more you open the door
    And you're here in my heart
    And my heart will go on and on...

    Thanks for that earworm, Barb. Damn inspirational posters.

  6. Nice picture to make people smile! When I see that colorful chain, it reminds me of birthday party, Christmas party or any kinds of party to have fun! Nice work at your wonderful job!

  7. Nice photo and love the explanation! That poster is fantastic!

  8. Lol Ziva! Funny com,ent.

    This is an inspiring picture....and great story!

  9. i remember those rings in school, made from construction paper. great poster as well.

  10. That's awesome. Those students are lucky to have you. Although chances are, being teenagers, they won't realize it or appreciate it until much, much later in life. The ingrates! ;-)

  11. All sorts of possibilities with that poster. Nice.

  12. Love this one all to pieces. As much as I like the poster, I'm totally smitten with the colored paper chain.