Even though March Slice of Life is over (where you write for 30 days straight), it really sparked my writing! I want to keep going every day for a bit 🙂 The children I nanny for used to my Volkswagen … Continue reading Kids Know Best
I forget that even though it isn’t too hot (70-75), you can still get a pretty bad burn! I was out hiking yesterday for over an hour and was wearing a tank top. I put on sunscreen, but must not … Continue reading (March SOL) Here comes the sun..watch out!
I’m starting with the cat in the mirror – I’m asking him to change his ways! Continue reading (March SOL) The cat in the mirror
Shared pillows Empty bowls Lonely nights Comfortable couch Full belly Pure delights Heat raging Meows raising Doors ablazing Air cooling Cuddles oozing Owners cooing Continue reading Patch portrayed in a poem
If adulthood was a dog, it would be a mutt with a peppy personality that sometimes becomes aggressive in certain situations. It would be a fluffy … Continue reading Dog days of Adulthood
Hannah has been bringing back her inner child by watching “dis-knee” movies. She has showed me Mulan and Emperor’s New Groove so far – they involved a lot of singing and laughing on her part 🙂 This past weekend, she saw me meditating and I was … Continue reading Everybody wants to be a CAT!
“No pain, no gain” “the more the merrier” “when in Rome” “pot calling the kettle black” “calm before the storm” “faint-hearted person never won fair lady” … Continue reading Tell it All Tuesday: With a Grain of Salt
Last week, my mood was a bit low due to too much routine after work (coming home and watching tv until bed), as well as feeling a … Continue reading Tell it all Tuesday: Laugh Out Loud Daily!
All I do is sleep, sleep, sleep, no matter what! Got pillows on my mind and I’ll never get enough Every time I step in my … Continue reading Sleep Song
WELCOME TO MY FIRST THROWBACK THURSDAY! I will be reblogging posts from either my very first NewTeachrTips or early Hannah’s Happenings, and reminiscing/reflecting 🙂 After looking through NewTeachrTips (which is a blog I created during grad school), I found this … Continue reading (TBT) Looking back at Lesson Plans