I got nothing. I can just barely function. It was a long week. I did manage to fix supper and get some laundry done tonight. Another busy weekend is in store. 4 school days next with kids and then it’s spring break. My kids will be here for 10 days.
Today we had a Star Party in my classroom. We walked to our local park and played for about 90 minutes. We had the best time! The weather was perfect and so were the kids. A couple of moms sent snacks and drinks and a couple more showed up to play with us. It was the best day to be a teacher.
We had a community member pass away today after a long battle with cancer. He left behind a senior, 8th grader and a 3rd grader. His wife is one of the nicest people I have ever met. So sad for all.
I have a book that needs to be read. I just can’t seem to make myself read it. Does that happen to other people? It’s the book I chose for my Old Lady Book Club which is at my house on Monday night. Which really means I need to clean my house. Eek.
We have a birthday party for our sweet friends, The Sisters, on Sunday. They will be 4 years old. Pretty amazing!
I got a whole lot of random nothingness going on right now.
Tomorrow will be better.
5 thoughts on “Nothing”
I like the certainty , not just hope that tomorrow will be a better day. Sorry things are so rough for you right now. Sending better times your way!
Just think…that packed schedule brings lots of blog about! How nice that your class was able to earn a trip to the park!
There’s nothing like teacher mom tired! I’ll be praying for you and your community. Happy to hear that you’ll have a nice 10 day break soon. My mom always says…. if you’re coming to see my house, you’re coming for the wrong reason. 🙂 don’t worry about cleaning. 🙂
Somehow reading your randomness gives me comfort in knowing someone else is as tired as me and also has a long To Do List. Thanks for sharing.
I enjoyed reading your “randomness”. It allowed me a little peek into your life. I could feel the tiredness and the determination to still put the words on the paper.
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