I took a deep breath as I pulled into the parking lot of the school where I teach.

Eight weeks of being homebound had torn away a lot of my self-confidence, and the thought of walking into my school carrying a pillow to sit on didn’t help much either.

As I walked from the parking lot to the school, I began hearing, “Hi, Mrs. Nischan,” from student after student as they were getting off of school buses.

  My heart grew a little lighter.

Entering the building, our assistant principal said, “Get over here,” as he gave him a welcoming hug……….

In my classroom, a stack of notes from cards and teachers covered my desk, and I was overwhelmed with love as teachers came by my room to say welcome back and hug me.first day at school 0001_resizeAs I thought of how each person’s act alone may have seemed insignificant to them, I read the front of a notebook our principal had left for me as a Christmas gift………..

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I smiled as I thought of how each student and each teacher had made a difference in my first day back at work ,and I was reminded that I have the choice to be that “ONE PERSON” to someone else with every step I take in life.

So do you.

Today, I pray that as you venture here and there that you will remember that, yes, you are only one person, but YOU have the power to make a SIGNIFICANT difference in the lives of those you touch.

Thank you for praying for me yesterday.

I love you all so much!

Tonight, I’ll share the funny memories of yesterday!

God bless each of you in a very special and unique way,