Friday, May 3, 2013

May Currently

Link up

1.  Silence--Everyone is asleep and in bed...just what I needed a little me time!  No mommy, Mrs. Carver, or Hey Amy.  Testing is over and I could not be any happier.  Just praying my students performed their best.  Only time will tell!

2.  Loving--I am absolutely loving we only have 15 more school days, but who is counting!  ME!!  Oh yeah, and teacher appreciation is next week.  =)

3.  Thinking-- with that being said, there is so much to do this month!  Field Day, Career Day, Award Programs, Teacher Appreciation, and wild kids!

4.  Wanting-- My co-workers nephew has major heart and tummy issues.  He is 11 months old and only weighs 10 pounds!  I posted earlier tonight about his fundraiser.  If you missed it, please click here.  You can earn 5 things from my TpT store.  Just by spreading the word.

5.   Needing-- My hair is getting so needs some major work.  I MUST get my hair colored and cut every 4 weeks or it's terrible.  I do not consider myself old, but if I didn't color my hair....someone might think I am a grandmother that looks young. (hehe)  Hello GREY!! I guess that comes with teaching and having kids?!? Not sure.

6.  Summer bucket list--  Well, where do I start...I am attending a Responsive Classroom for Grades K-3.  I also wanting to attend Deanna Jumps Conference in St. Louis, MO this July.  I am hoping to be able to leave Memphis for a few days and hit the beach for a little sun.  My doctor told me I am lacking vitamin D.  So it's a great reason to go right?!?  I am also wanting to create a couple of units.  Not sure where to start.  Any ideas???

Well, I guess that sums it up.  Can't wait to blog hop!  =)


  1. Hello! Found your blog through the Currently link up! I'm also your newest follower! :)

    We only have 15 days left - hooray right? Our middle school kids, like clockwork, are slowly losing their grip on reality. It's always so tough to keep them motivated these last few weeks.

    Life In Middle School

    1. I can only begin to imagine middle schoolers! Testing over...right! Yeah in their minds!!

  2. Sigh. Hair ... a lot of it in genetics, I think. My mom doesn't have a gray hair on her head. My dad was "salt and pepper" for years and years and years. Now his is entirely "salt."

    And guess who I take after. ;)

    All my best to that little guy. He looks like a cutie.

  3. Amy,

    I just found your blog through Farley's Currently Linky!

    Congrats on having just a few school days left! Enjoy them!

    I'm your newest follower. Can't wait to explore your blog!

    Koonce’s Korner