After a windy, windy (!) couple of days, the weather is supposed to be beautiful (cool and sunny) all weekend. I am looking forward to a long bike ride. The trees are turning and the fall flowers in town are beautiful! Yesterday, temperature forecasts had me scrambling to move my mandevilla and a couple of geraniums into the school greenhouse. Hopefully, they will not only survive the winter, but I think our student horticulturists are going to take some cuttings off of them for potting and selling next spring. (Sharing the wealth!)
I guess now that the plants are moved in for the winter, it is time for me to put away the summer clothes, flip flops, and sandals. Electric blanket, here I come!
Country girl turned small town wife, mother, grandmother, and teacher. In love with my home, family, my small town, and my largely rural high school. A fourth generation teacher, I always learn as much as I teach--sometimes more. Things aren't always perfect, but I tend to look for the good, the funny, and the positive side of things. Happiness is an attitude and when that fails me, sarcastic humor sees me through!
Looking Back On That Day-Part 1
Seeing the town in Daylight- Part 2 Work at the School- Part 3 What I will never forget- Part 4
1st Anniversary Our Town Today- Part 5 2nd Anniversary 2010- Part 6 3rd Anniversary 2011- Part 7