Missing My Blog
Hello blogging friends! It’s been a busy two weeks in Sweet Pea land and I haven’t had much blogging time. I sure do miss it! I’m teaching a new to me course at school this year and it’s like being a first year teacher. I always work hard, but the time I’m having to spend this year to prepare for my new class is overwhelming. I’m constantly feeling like I’m in water and I can just barely keep my head above it to stay alive. The great thing about this school year is that I have really sweet, well behaved students. I thank my lucky stars each day for that.
I’m hoping to have time soon to share a few fun things, but most of my fun lately has involved planning physical science lessons and I doubt that any of those would be of interest to my readers.
I hope everyone is enjoying fall and having a good week!
Lucky students to have such a great teacher!
I can’t IMAGINE teaching physical science. Make sure you give yourself some recess.
We understand — and we’ll be right here when you can come and play. I know a couple that the husband has forbidden his wife to change grades teaching elementary school — she’s done it once and he said that the work she had to do was a horrible load. I’m lucky, I work in a school in the office — doing the ordering and registrations — It’s the same year after year…..
I’d like to personally thank you for not blogging about physical science lessons…it would take me back to a bad place. 😉 Miss you and hope you have a chance to come back and blog soon!
I happen to think that the teaching job is super important in our country! – So take your time to make the best lessons possible –
Looking forward to your return and maybe some new pictures on the Walnut Street house.
I understand how that must feel like a whole different language!!! Glad to see you back in blog land!!!
I’d LOVE to hear what you’re doing- I just happen to have a 7th grader! I’m quite sure they’re lucky to have you
Take care and come back soon!
I’ve been so busy, I haven’t had much time to read my favorite blogs…like yours.
And, I’m with Amanda – physical science does not bring back happy memories for me!