Friday, April 11, 2014

Five for Friday!

I sure don't seem to get my act together very often to join in with the "Five for Friday", but this week I promised myself I would be on the ball!  It's been a CRAZY week...the baseball season has started, third quarter has ended, my student teacher left, report cards are due, and I have been working feverishly to get a resource finished that has been hanging over my head for months...so here goes!


Don't forget to stop by the linky and check out everyone's week!  It's so much fun to get to know everyone "virtually"!

This is my latest professional book and I am L-O-V-I-N-G it!  I posted about it yesterday a little if you are interested...the students are loving what we are doing, and Aimee Buckner's writing style is so "real world" for teachers!

This is embarrassing.  This is an empty sleeve of Thin Mints. It's been a tough week.  It "went missing" all in one prep time this week.  Not my finest moment.

My son was inducted into NHS this week...it's pretty competitive at his high school, so it was a pretty big deal.

Yesterday was "Opening Day" for his baseball team!  They won 10-0 and he was on base all 4 times and flashed some slick glove at short stop.  Makes me feel like summer is almost here!
This was my BIGGEST accomplishment this week!  After working on it for months and using it with my own students, I'm thrilled to FINALLY have this off my "to do" list!  I'm offering it at an extra reduced price for this next week to celebrate!


Hope everyone has a GREAT Friday and thanks to Doodle Bugs for the great link up!  Next week is another busy one for me...good thing the Thin Mints are long gone...

4 comments:

  1. I feel the same way about getting my act together enough to join this linky party, but I made it happen this week! Congrats to your son on both accounts!

    Rissa

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  2. I don't even see crumbs in that empty sleeve! Just remember you ate 1 for me for every 2 that you ate! Makes it all better right?

    Jennifer Smith-Sloane
    4mulaFun

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  3. One sleeve of thin mints? That's nothin! Especially when it comes to test prep!
    Angela
    Southern Fried Teachin’

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