As my mom pulled into the parking lot, I was willing myself to keep all the medicine I took that morning down. Those pills were much too precious to let the nausea win, despite how hard it was trying. The internal battle wass still raging war inside me. I had no clue how I would… Continue reading October 28th, 2015: My Last Day of Work
Because of all of my health issues, I have been unable to teach since the end of October. I have 120 students. I call them my babies, not because they are actual babies (they’re in 6th grade), but they are the youngest of the school of 6-8th. When they first arrive they are so twitchy and… Continue reading Missing You like Crazy, Straws
And that’s actually not that surprising…but there are definitely certain situations when the expectation is to sit up straight and listen quietly. So the best thing to do is to give your kids some tricks to help them remember the expectations, options to release that release energy, or help keep them awake, but are acceptable… Continue reading This. Kid. Can’t. Sit. STILL. or. be. QUIET.