It is about that time. Time that yet another ADL class wraps up and I am left reflecting on all that I gained in the course. I was lucky enough to have been blessed with an incredible core collaboration group. These ladies inspire me both personally and in the ADL program. I could go to them about issues I needed to address in my classroom or issues that I had in the ADL course. They were always there to support. Unfortunately, this semester with daylight savings, the time change between Hawaii and Texas was too much for me to make regular Zoom meetings but they always filled me in and were quick to answer my questions when I had them. Robin Ballard was always active in our group chat and was always finished with assignments early so when I had a question she was quick to give a detailed answer. Lindsay Wallace is a science teacher like me and always had interesting ideas to contribute to my classroom and to my work. Maria Rodman is incredibly kind and has a very well done e-portfolio so I can always go to her for support as well. Michelle Richey was quick to answer my questions and did amazing work as well. All of these women inspired me and kept me going in times where I questioned myself. I look forward to working with them in the future. I feel this semester although a difficult one, I did well for myself. I feel as though I did the best that I could given the accelerated nature of the program and all that was going on in my school as well. Sometimes it can be very difficult to work all day and go home at night to more school work but the encouragement of my learning community made a great difference. I was active in my learning community, I did all assignments and adjusted them after receiving feedback, and I gained a lot from this course. While there is always room for improvement, I am happy and proud of the work that I have done over the last semester. I look forward to new challenges with the next course and I am thankful for the ones I have completed already. Until next time, Mahalo for being here.