Lucky Lessons - Ages 9-95

                         Lucky Lessons- Ages 9-95!

1.   Talk less, listen more.
2.   Sit less, exercise more.
3.   Complain less, be thankful more.
4.   Eat junk less, eat healthy more.
5.   Be selfish less, think of others more.
6.   Hurry less, be patient more.
7.   Guess less, study more.
8.   Growl less ,smile more.
9.   Worry less, trust more.
10.  Judge less, accept more.

(These are all the things Lucky is very good at doing, but I'm still working on them!)

23 comments:

  1. Dear Mrs.S,
    Hi! I'm from Mrs.Mecchia's classroom at Ben Franklin Middle School. I wanted to say thank-you for bringing Lucky into our classroom. He was absolutely adorable! I loved him so much! All his tricks were cute and funny. Thank-you!
    Sincerly,
    C. Lee

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    1. Thanks for writing! Lucky really enjoys coming to BF as you can tell by her "happy howl" she does when she's over joyed to see kids like you! Mrs. S.

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  2. Dear Mrs. S,
    I'm from Hobart Middle and thanks for showing lucky to most to us we've seen luck since lucky has been 2 moths old I think because I remember you when I was back at my elementary school which was called Joan Martin.I she A GIRL OR A BOY? I Sometimes forget. i bet she had fun at the Hobart MIDDLE SCHOOL!Thank You for visiting!

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  3. Lucky is a girl! I often call her Lucky Girl so people know she's a girl. Thanks for writing!
    Mrs. Starewicz

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  4. Dear Mrs.S,

    i'm from JM.Did you teach Lucky how to talk?I think it is cute when she talks

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  5. Dear Mrs. Starewicz,
    I am from Hobart Middle School and I just wanted to thank you for always coming to our schools throughout elementary and middle school!
    Thank you!

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  6. Dear Mrs. S
    Thanks you for coming to my school and showing us Lucky. I have seen her once in elementary and she is so soft.(: She is so smart adn knows what she is doing
    thanks again K.T

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  7. Dear Mrs. Starewicz,
    I am a 6th grader at the Hobart Middle School. Thank you for bring Lucky to come see us. It was really fun to see her again! I always was so excited to see her at Joan Martin! Once again thank you for coming :)
    From,
    Lily Kollross

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  8. Dear Mrs. S,
    Thank you for coming to Hobart Middle School yesterday. We all enjoyed seeing lucky. I remember seeing her in elementary school at Joan Martin. I also remember you working there and seeing you all the time! Good to see you both again!!(:
    Hobart Middle School
    6th Grade
    Maggie Johnson

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  9. I like how it says 'Judge less, accept more' i hope everyone someday will do that...

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  10. Dear Mrs.S thank you for coming to the middle school . I have't seen her for a long time when i saw her i Just felt happy.I love seeing Lucy she's so sweet. :)
    from,
    Dashiana

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    1. I'm so glad seeing Lucky makes you feel happy! That's how I feel every day too!

      Mrs. Starewicz

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  11. i'm from HMS.You just visited us yesterday.How is it living with lucky?Is it:
    a)fun
    b)great
    c)awesome
    d)all of the above

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    1. ALL OF THE ABOVE! How did you know?! Mrs. Starewicz

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  12. well i hope people will stop with the judging and just do like u said judge less and accept more that my number one rule thank u for saying that. that made me happy!!!!!!!!!!! =)

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    1. I hope people stop judging too! We are all different and that's what makes life interesting!

      Mrs. Starewicz

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  13. When Lucky growls,is she mad because when she came to our sschool,she was growling at you

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    1. No, she wasn't mad. She was just "talking" to let me know she was excited and wanted a treat! Mrs. Starewicz

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  14. These are all very inspirational to me.

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    1. Great! They are good life lessons, aren't they?

      Mrs. Starewicz!

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  15. thankyou for coming to hms it made my day a lot better you really hope ya come again do ya ever wondeer what gave ya da idea to do things like this im just curiouss

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    1. I decided I wanted to spend more time with Lucky and I also wanted to do more programs for students like you, so I wrote my first book, Lucky Lessons. Everyone seemed to enjoy that one so I just kept going! Thanks for asking.

      Mrs. Starewicz

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