Gratefully , last Thursday, I celebrated another trip around the sun. Today, my mom and I went to a nearby therapeutic farm to snuggle baby goats. It was an awesome birthday gift! I almost stole one of the babies. Too much cuteness!
We started our winter break last Saturday. I like to think we triumphantly made the semester finish line, but realistically, let’s just say We made It. But that’s ok. All of my students passed with a C or higher, and this means they can… Continue Reading “Please Make Chili…”
The weather this past week has been nice and chilly, but also rainy. It’s reminded me of the weather in the winter where my friend lives north of Seattle. Although, it’s definitely not as cold here. Today, Thanksgiving, it’s warmed up to about 70,… Continue Reading “Rainy Thanksgiving….”
We had to say goodbye to a very amazing soul, Newton, on Friday. Still young at 7 years of age, this came unexpectedly. There’s never enough time with our pals, but we thought we had more. As soon as I’m able, I will write… Continue Reading “Newton”
We had about 4 days in between the first high pressure system that lasted May -June 25ish, and now, we’re back in another one. Temperatures are record high, and we’ve had no decent rain, at least out in our area, since the 3rd week… Continue Reading “Temps rise to 107”
I guess it isn’t too early to start the end of the school year countdown? Our seniors will graduate on May 25th, I’m pretty sure. It still seems a bit early to start counting days, but then again, it’s been a few years since… Continue Reading “The Countdown Started Already…”
So, today I’m definitely feeling the impact of being back at work full-time. I thought I was doing pretty bada$$ until I woke up this morning (more like tried to!) Yep. But I made it! I’m really trying not to over think and stress… Continue Reading “Taking a breath”
I was able to return to work today after a medical leave of 5 weeks. And while I am glad, I’ve been very anxious about it. I guess because I got so worn down and in such a chronic fatigue flare (plus reactivated EBV),… Continue Reading “Back”