Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Tackle it Tuesday


....But Teacher...
"my dog peed on it!"


Yep!
Dash said "well why did you have it on the floor?"
HA! Smartie!
Well I had dropped the heavy bags off my shoulder at the pillar and had another class to teach in the morrow. The crazy dog peed on the floor and the bag absorbed it as well as all the papers.
ARG!

Well after all the documents were scanned and re printed...
Thank you my dear loving husband!

The envelopes were acquired and then I had them laminated.
Now the packages must be reassembled for today I teach.

So all you teachers out there
It really does happen!

6a.m. wake feed dogs, make husbands lunch, feed kids and love on them.
7:25 cup of coffee (half cup it is left over from yesterday YUK
8 a.m. kids to the stop
8:05 walk around the block
I checked the garden when I got back, fed the chickens and glory!
I got to have strawberries with my cherrieos!
I must say the berries are like nothing I have ever taste it is like they have mega flavor.
A very little ges a long way.

Dash gave me the 11 cents and the two washers last night.
A penny and a dime. life is funny that way.
I guess you would need to know why a penny and a dime is significant.
8:15 do art packages
make a new pot of coffee
8:45 Bible study Oh yikes today is a brunch!
(?????left over Cole slaw) pays to cook in the large batch style!
11 a.m prepair at the elementary to present at 11:55, 12:30 then spend lunch with Dove.
1 p.m.
Go get chicken scrap
go back to the school to present again at 2:30:
Then the afternoon awaits until Dove is done with Student Council, she also has her first concert tonight! She is a bit nervous today. She plays the viola.
DADDY MAN HEADS UP

3:15 snacks for the kids and then we have our gab session and devotions are set aside till next Monday so we can get readied for the trip.
busy day.

Have a great day!

off on the fly
Remember NEVER TRUST A DOG!!!!!!!!





2 comments:

Susie said...

Sorry the dog got to your stuff but it was still a great tackle:-)

Denise said...

Sorry about that, but you did a great job at recovery.

Older women likewise teach the younger women...

• how to love their husbands
• how to love their children
• how to be self-controlled
• how to be pure
• how to be keepers at home
• how to be kind and submissive (not subservient) to their own husbands. (See Titus 2:3-5)

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