Grateful for Appreciation Lunch

Last week Friday all the staff at the school where I work gathered in the library. The occasion? A staff appreciation lunch organised by the parents. A buffet had been laid out for us: a hot meal with plenty of salads. The round tables in the room were covered with table cloths – so different to what it looks like when used by the students. We filled our plates with delicious food that we had not prepared and sat down to chat and enjoy the meal.

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2015
A Homemade cookie to take home. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2015

The lunch was definitely a treat and it was a perfect way to end the week. Each year the parents organise the lunch as a thank you for the little things that we do; and I am grateful for the fact that they acknowledge the efforts that we make everyday.

What have you been grateful for this week?

Last week Patchwork Ponderings was Grateful for Time

Processed with Rookie© Colline Kook-Chun, 2015

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9 thoughts on “Grateful for Appreciation Lunch

  1. When my children were in school we organized teacher appreciation events all the time. It was lots of fun for the parents involved and for the teachers. Parents have so much to be thankful for when their children have great teachers. Glad you enjoyed your appreciation luncheon.


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