Category Archives: students

Kids these days.

I have the tendency to say things I think I’ll regret when I have kiddos, but I really hope this isn’t one of them.  I had an awesome childhood.  Awesome.  My parents were great.  They treated us equally, spent lots … Continue reading

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What was your most embarrassing moment?

I’ve been pretty fortunate in my life. First of all, my family’s crazy. So I got used to being embarrassed at a young age. Heck, my kids (students) look at me sometimes like Who is this woman? Haha, it makes … Continue reading

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It’s that time again…

So, it’s time to start thinking about Christmas presents. Ahhhh! So, my goal this year? Make (or recycle) all presents, except for E. Cause, really…what would he want that I could make? Any suggestions? He’s so hard to buy for … Continue reading

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I feel like a politician.

Because in my head I’m telling myself to “hope” and that “change is possible.”Too cliche? So what the heck am I talking about? Well, I have these classes full of students who don’t like to read (or learn really). This … Continue reading

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So much for that.

C, A, me, and E at the Obama Rally in Columbia last Thursday So, if I remember correctly, I said I planned on posting at least 3 times a week. HA! But, I had something to say tonight. 1. The … Continue reading

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Chasing Bugs

Wordless (well, not so wordless) WednesdayThe Best Card Game Ever! Rook 🙂 Rowdy Youngsters Why do I have to almost have a breakdown in the classroom for certain groups of kids to get the hint and start behaving? Seriously, I … Continue reading

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