Typical day starts at 5:45. I'm out of bed and rushing to get ready for the day. Leave home by 7:00 at the very latest to get to work by 7:30. Work all day (with teens no less!), hopefully leaving school by 4:00- next week will be the exception because I have two after-school meetings AND Open House! Gym by 4:30 for an hour. Home, shower, start dinner, crash. Add to that days when I need to go to the grocery store or take photos or pick Sean up because Curtis has a late meeting and it's no wonder I am ready for bed by 6:00 most nights.
|Blouse- Old Navy (last year- sorry!)|
Corduroy Pencil Skirt- Old Navy
Heels- Kohl's (super old. super sorry.)
Sorry, it sounds like I am complaining. I'm not completely. I am really enjoying my classes. We started reading The Scarlet Letter this week, and it is truly one of my favorite novels to teach. I just love it so much, and it is so exciting to get teenagers really into it. I am newspaper sponsor and we are about to unveil a new web version of the paper. That is something I've had in the works for several years now, so I can't wait for the big reveal. In addition to all of that, I am creating and sponsoring an anti-bullying club at the high school. Again- there are not enough hours in the day.
And Sean. Bless his heart. He is so handsome and smart and funny. He is a fabulous eater and loves school. He hates sleeping. So much that it sometimes takes us two hours to get him to sleep, only to find him sneaking into our bed an hour later. He is tired and grumpy. We are tired and grumpy. I haven't watched X-Files all week (going through Mulder withdrawals as I write!). My mom offered to keep Sean tonight, and I am so thankful and excited.
Sleeping late. And X-Files. Yes, please.