Discussion in 'Debate & Marathon Threads Archive' started by Teachling, Jul 26, 2010.
Jul 27, 2010
on summer budget; just say no
Blessed beyond measure, most undeservedly so.
on summer budget; saying yes anyway.
Unfortunately, that's me in a nutshell!
Enjoying the blessings of God's grace
Loving learning, feeling blessed. Embracing change.
Yes I heard about this. Will check out the link.
Love school supplies sales too much.
Yeah so applicable to yours truly
Jul 28, 2010
Couldn't have said it better myself!
(Combine it with halfateacher's, and you've really got it right!)
OMG, I met Billy Corgan Saturday!!!!!!
(this is how my life is being described right now! )
Yeah for you! After teaching middle and high school mathematics for 14 years, I changed to teaching self-contained multiple complex needs 4 years ago. The change was the best thing I have ever done to renew my love of learning. It is so important for us to model this love of learning .
Wasn't expecting that call...another test.
Controlled chaos.... who's making dinner tonight?!?
Adding this activity to student surveys.
Like a dandelion, sprouting new paths
(back in college someone said of me that I was like a dandelion, actually, in that he never knew where I was going to pop up (I was involved in a lot). I've only gotten more eclectic since then.).
Don't like the sound of that...
No, it doesn't sound good to me either.
DH's doctor called this morning and wants a sonogram of his kidneys based on the blood work that was done yesterday. DH is diabetic and has had a host of difficulties with bypass surgery, amputations, etc. We are both really worried about the possibility of dialysis since his kidney function goes down a bit with each test.
Any good thoughts would be appreciated tomorrow afternoon.
Every thing happens for a reason!
From one diabetic to another - you're in my prayers!
Lots of prayers GoldenPoppy!
Jul 29, 2010
Here is mine!!!!!!
Waiting and anticipating the GOOD news!
Praying and hoping!
I feel great about this year.
How did it go today GP?
Boys will be boys...Oh, boy!
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