A Day in the Life of This SLP: (Holi)day
It’s (holi)day time!
The winter holidays were approaching and early one morning last week, I received this text from the Mom of one of my five-year old SLP friends, “Just dropped off treats…”
And then this…“I also included a note he had written back in August that I recently found. The letters run together but it says…
So, I open my front door to find a gift bag filled with home-baked biscotti, a hand-written note from my 5 year-old friend, and a beautiful family Christmas card.
and a cheery, “Happy Holidays!” ends the text.
And then I see the note paper says, “Do more of what makes you happy.”
Happy tears and then coffee with a delicious biscotto*.
All while I smile at the beautiful note and marvel that each day as a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist is a holiday!
Thank you, dear little one for writing this beautiful note AND thank you, Mom for finding it and sharing it with me!
A (holi)day in the life of This SLP,
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*Biscotto is singular while biscotti is plural in Italian. However, Americans tend to use biscotti for both singular and plural.