This week, I start back up – having just had a great four day weekend, it will be tough to get into the swing of things again (especially working all day :o) But I love seeing the kids and beginning our new unit on vehicles will be exciting!
Moving day is done! It wasn’t too bad – took a few hours to fill up the truck and got help on the other end with speedy mover men 🙂 the place looks very nice and I look forward to unpacking and setting up some more. Bringing over Patches tomorrow as well so hope he likes his new home!
Tomorrow is the day! I am officially moving into my own place and taking many of the things from my parents house – it’ll be a long day since I have more furniture than I used to, but we’ll do it and watch Hunger Games afterwards ha! I’ll be ready in the morning 🙂
This year I didn’t have Thanksgiving with my own family, and I was very delighted by the open arms of my boyfriends families for dinner and dessert. I loved that I didn’t feel out of place, and joined right in with games and conversations!
This comic is quite cute and relates to the lunch that was at work – many children don’t enjoy the look of food but the taste turns out be unbelievable.
Wow, I cannot believe it is already the day before Thanksgiving! I wrote my very first post around this time about the true meaning of the holiday and how to teach it in schools – I only have 45 more days until January 8 when I started the #blogaday 😮 This year is going by so fast and I am thrilled that I got to annotate it through my blog. The holidays will feel a bit different this year though because I don’t really get a break due to my job (just the actual holidays and sometimes, a few days after). I’ll have to get in the spirit through the children at work and on the weekends with family and friends when the festivities get going 🙂
Today the children made handprint turkeys! I remember when I used to come home with all those types of holiday crafts 🙂 it is so much fun for the children to pick out the colors of feathers and discover how tracing their hand works. It is also great for families to have as a long-lasting ornament!