This will be a random writing at best. My thoughts are just a tad scattered.
Yesterday was a triple whammy day for this lucky lady. I had my first substitute teacher of the year. Nothing strikes fear in the heart of a teacher more than leaving his/her classes in the hands of a substitute. You never know what you are going to find when you return. A lot of prayers were going up! That was whammy #1.
The reason for the substitute was that I had my annual mammogram. (Whammy #2. No explanation needed.)
And on top of that I had scheduled to have my teeth cleaned that same day. I made the appointment six months ago. When you take an adult strength aspirin a day and forget to go off of it three days prior--your gums practically get blood clots! (Whammy #3)
In other bits of random thoughts, there is a blog I love to follow that two sisters write. Each writes or posts every other day. Soeurs du jour
Hmmmm... I have a little sister. Our lives are quite different; she being a California Sailboat Motorcycle Babe and me being, well, Midwestern me. And yet, when I ask her how she is wearing her hair, 9 times out of 10 we have an identical cut/color job. (Two peas in a pod!) Do you suppose...??? She writes. She's a wonderful photographer. Hmmm...!
I'm giving my first big unit test today. And I'm holding my breath. The quizzes leading up to it have been wonderful. Keep your fingers crossed. I'm hopeful.
The first high school game is tonight under Tiny Town Friday night lights, and the first college game is at home in U town tomorrow. I'll be at both. One involves a stroll down to the field, and the other involves a tailgate. (I hate to tell the Mr., but that is my favorite part of the game!)
Labor Day weekend here means class reunions. K is having her 10th. We will have a house full of her out-of-town friends needing a place to crash. I think the Mr. and I might turn the house over to them and go camping. We've had gorgeous weather lately. Maybe our Barbie Dream House could use an overnighter.
Don't be surprised if I miss a few days of blogging. Labor Day Weekend in Tiny Town is traditionally quite hectic. And I wouldn't miss a moment of it!