Listening – I love listening to Pandora before school and during my planning. It’s relaxing and there’s (usually) a bit of quiet time before that bell rings each morning that I can reflect and thank Him for all of the blessings I have in my life!
Loving – I’m loving having a weekend again. Last Friday I asked my husband what he wanted to do that night. We both kind of looked at each other…not remembering the last time we had a free Friday night. We both ended up falling asleep on the couch…with the 11 o’clock news on in the background. Extra sleep? Yes, please!!
Thinking- I’m addicted to House Hunters, Property Brothers, Love it or List It, My First House, and my new fav – Hawaii Life. I have no idea why. We’re not ready to buy a house – or even look for one. I just can’t tear myself away from HGTV. Did you all sign up to win the Dream Home last month?! I entered every day. I’m just waiting on the call for them to tell me I won. It’ll be any day now…I’ve already started packing…
Wanting- This needs no explanation. I live in Ohio.
Needing- Have you been to the mall lately? Loving the new spring clothes! Florals, pastels, and bright colors! Love 🙂
Like, Love, Hate- 1) Starbucks has the best Chai Tea Lattes 2) I can’t stop playing the Candy Crush game on my iPhone. I’m not a “download games on my phone” type but I played this on the bus to our game the other day and I.Can’t.Stop.Playing. Haha! 3) I HATE clutter. If you’ve ever seen my room or my desk, this is (hopefully) obvious. I don’t like anything on my desk but the essentials and my lesson plan book. I train my kids to put their book bins in their cubbies facing a certain way, and I’d rather throw things away and buy it again next year than try to clutter my room by storing it somewhere. I should also stop giving examples because I’m sounding a bit OCD… 🙂
I’m going to end tonight’s post by showing you pictures of my Dr. Seuss display that is outside of my room right now. We had lots of fun reading Dr. Seuss books last week. We read quite a few, including “Oh the Places You’ll Go.” After we discussed Dr. Seuss’ message and the lesson he wanted us to learn from his book, we wrote about what we would like to be when we grew up on suitcases. Take a look! 🙂
If you weren’t a teacher, what else would you like to be? Post your comments below! 🙂