June Currently

I can't believe it's June already!  3 more days of school and 3 days until my daughter graduates from preschool!  I'm so ready for summer to be here.

Listening: The Wicked soundtrack has been on repeat in my classroom as I pack up my things.  I'm moving to third grade next year but thankfully get to stay in my room.  I do have to box up all of the 2nd grade materials so my room is somewhat of a disaster right now.

Loving: 3 more days with kids and 1 staff day.  On Friday my daughter graduates from preschool.  In a few weeks we're heading to Legoland California.  I also have some day trips to Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm planned.  I feel like a kid counting down the days!

Thinking:  On Friday my daughter and I went to Disneyland for a few hours (we have season passes which have worked out great) then on Sunday we went to the Dodgers game with my parents.  I feel like an old lady because I am worn out!  But I also know that I get sick right before vacations...Christmas, Spring Break, Summer....it's almost a given.

Wanting: I can't wait to go shopping this summer for school supplies for my students and my daughter.  I also am looking forward to sprucing up my wardrobe...part of my mission "take care of me!"

Needing: This goes back to the fact that I think I'm getting sick.

Summer Bucket List: I'm participating in 2 book studies this summer and have a few other professional and personal books that I want to read. Sleep is something I'm looking forward to catching up on.  Finally, as part of mission "take care of me", I need to exercise and eat right.  I've started working out again, but really need to focus on my eating.

Off to nap then I'll be back to check out everyone's posts on Farley's blog.

1 comment

  1. I love your entire summer bucket list! I think they're things that most of us teachers, especially those teachers that are also mammas, don't get much time to do. It sounds like you'll be having a lot of fun trips this summer! Have fun soakin' up the sun!
    Short and Sassy Teacher


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