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Sunday, April 26, 2015

#MM That Inappropriate Mind of Mine



As I listen to the news about the horrors happening halfway around the world, I can't help but think about Bob Seger. The earthquake was devastating causing many to parish. These people need our prayers, but still Bob Seger keeps playing through my head. I'm sorry my mind turns to peppy songs at inappropriate times, but maybe that's just a way to deal with tragedy. So here's what's in my head. Praying for the victims of the disaster in Katmandu.




I hope I don't start humming this next one when I hear of a horrible school shooting. This song's bouncy beat is totally inappropriate to its content, but you gotta admit, Stacy Uncorked, the guys in Foster the People are as hot as a country star. Whoo-baby!



Do you like my font? I finally broke down and bought a license to use all of Jenny Jones' Hello fonts. I'm now making my #TPT products with cute fonts and revising many.


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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Confession

Should one be blamed for one's thoughts? Yesterday, I had a thought that was less than nice, but in my situation you'd probably be thinking the same thing.

See that little clock on the right? It's counting down the days left until summer vacation. Furthermore, the lower that number gets the wilder the kids become, which is bad news for us teachers. If you're a teacher, have you ever noticed how the "bad" kids are never absent? Perfect attendance means you have to put up with their crap every day . . . and it gets tiring at the end of the school year.

The other day, I greeted a little boy with a, "Good morning" and then thought, Dang. Isn't that kid ever absent? Apparently, I have some powerful thoughts because sometime between seeing him in the morning and the time my class started, he was in the office going home sick. Needless to say, I had one of the most delightful classes of the year, especially with his buddy getting sick and going home, too. What’s going around must be highly contagious.


Should I feel guilty, like I jinxed them? I’m such a bad person!