We were laughing (and sort of complaining!) on Wednesday because we are certain there have been almost no five day weeks since we have returned from Christmas break! It is crazy! I must admit, I have not been there for very many five day weeks! This one was no different, in fact, it was only 3 days! Two days in and we're already at "Thursday"! haha
I'm currently on a five day break from school. Thursday - Monday. Today was nice for husband man and I to get errands done, eat Chinese food (YUM!) and play with baby pup. Tomorrow I leave to come home with my family for the weekend....which will be nice I'm certain. I am laughing at myself (and sometimes out loud!) at my packing pile. Baby pup is coming with me and currently I have my school stuff packed! haha Nothing for baby pup, nothing for myself. But all my school stuff is ready for the treck! Will I do any of it?! ER???? Maybe?! But I have this anxiety about letting it all behind for four days!
I realized today, while husband man, baby pup, and I were walking to the park, that I don't know that I am capable of turning my brain off of school. We'd be conversing and I'd mentally drift away.....
"Don't forget to finish name tags for Tuesday." "80 leaves. Shoot. I didn't bring home green paper!" "Grade the writing prompts" "Find enjoyable health projects. Stop making them take notes." "Venn Diagrams? I could have used those more in Science. Why don't I think of those things?" and on the tangent thoughts go!
"Babe" husband man says.
"Yeah?" comes my reply.
"What are you thinking about?"
"Random school stuff."
"You're not in school today."
"I know, but I don't think it stops."
haha Typical conversation about school! Oh well :) What is possibly the worst part? I absolutely LoVe tangent thoughts about school. I'm not looking forward to the day when I don't have a reason to have tangent thoughts haha! Surely good lessons and great activities come from these tangent thoughts?
Coming sometime next week....Contraction Caterpillars (yeahup....we did an artsy grammar project in 5th grade!)
Happy Easter! and Happy Teaching!