It's funny because when I first began student-teaching, I teased my host teacher for her inability to finish her sentences and her unbelievable ability to hit on 17 topics in one sentence and one breath.
And now, I have turned into a topic-jumper as well. There is just so much going on and so many things to think about as a teacher. It is quite amazing, really.
So, I figured I'd share with you my endless stream-of-consciousness.
1). I cannot believe I've been student-teaching for 9 weeks now.
2). I REALLY can't believe we have been away from Rhode Island and living in Kansas for almost 3 months. Giant sad face.
3). Allergies suck. Especially in Kansas. I was warned, but I had no idea it would be this bad. I've had a sore throat for over 3 weeks. And I've been taking Mucinex D like it's candy.
4). So...I still haven't gotten the hang of the Neti Pot. I keep choking. And my sinuses are still not clear.
5). How do you fellow teachers NOT lose your voice? I lose mine at least once a week.
6). If I was on a deserted island and could only bring one food, I think it would be refried beans. I. love. beans.
7). Speaking of beans, our local grocery store has the most amazing generic Jelly Belly. I love every single flavor...except root beer.
8). Oh my goodness, what if I don't find a job? God is in control, right?
9). Mr. Ruby was making fun of me all night last night for not being technologically savvy. Just because I don't download a lot of apps on my iphone and never download music. I'm now determined to prove him wrong.
10). Mr. Ruby and I are going on a much-needed date tomorrow night. Just the two of us. Yes, even after the occurrence in #9.
11). Dairy Queen now has a "mini blizzard". I'm not sure if anything could make me happier.