B-E-A-utiful weather!

Willow River Falls (Wisconsin)

Seriously, I don’t know what’s going on this summer, but you won’t hear me complaining. The weather lately has been absolutely amazing! I have yet to turn on my air conditioning (all summer!). Can you say lower utility bills? Heck yes!

In other news school is going so smoothly it’s kind of worrying me. I’m used to being a little freaked out all the time and desperately needing every minute of my plan period, but lately it’s been somewhat relaxing. We did get a bit of sad news this week, though. The teacher whom I was hired to replace died Friday afternoon of a heart attack. He was 35! He also has a baby boy who’s turning 1 in October. Seriously, how unfair is life sometimes? Tomorrow the school is sponsoring a “hat day” where kids/teachers pay money to wear a hat and all the money is going to an educational fund for his son. I’m not a hat person, but I’ll be sporting a Mizzou cap for the occasion.

Tomorrow we’re doing a fun lesson that’s taking full advantage of the wonderful weather, so I hope to post some pictures the kids take. Keep your eyes open.

Also, the Ride Like a Pro challenge is almost over (Friday’s the last day). So far, with my rough estimates (I underestimated most of the times) I’ve biked over 650 miles this summer – since June. I guess they’re recognizing the participants on September 13th when the Tour of Missouri comes through town. That should be cool 🙂

Well, after all that talk about teaching being a breeze this year, I must go finish planning part of tomorrow’s lesson.

Currently Reading: The Off Season by Catherine Murdock


About keepingupwithkate

reader, runner, teacher, wannabe crafter
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