There is no other person that I could have wrote this letter to. I am hopeful that your husband will share it with you, as you are not on Facebook.
Nearly 14 years ago now, we graduated college. You with a Special Education degree. You already had a job lined up and were all ready and gearing to go. Living with you for those first couple of years in your teaching career, was simply amazing.
Watching you put your heart and soul in lesson plans, being creative and developing relationships with your students and their families. You bond with your students. Some of them have very severe conditions and terrible home situations. You give them all that you have to give. Visiting them, inviting them on outings, having them over for Holidays.
I have had the pleasure of seeing you in your work environment a handful of times. Helping you teach, watching sports events and decorating your classroom. It has been my pleasure to help, participate in the education of your students. You work beyond hard, staying long hours and offering up most of your summer vacations to help where needed in the school system.
You believe in what you do and give everything to see that you students have the best education and high school experience that is possible. I love you and admire your hard work and dedication. You rock at your job and all of your students are so incredibly lucky to have you!!