Monday Meet Up: Meet Me!

I am so excited to be linking up with The Teaching Tribune for Monday Meet Up!  This week each blogger is introducing you to themselves!  How fun.  I can't wait to learn a little more about them.

I have not officially announced it yet to the bloggy world, but I am moving back to 2nd grade next year.  My principal approached me a few weeks ago and told me I was moving back.  I was devastated because I love my little firsties.  Honestly, I think I am still in denial.  Notice the word tentatively in the picture above.  I am praying that all of the student numbers go up!  I am even waiting until August to move my stuff.  I am going to go kicking and screaming. :)  Luckily I have a few BFF's on my old 2nd grade team.  

Who watches Pretty Little Liars????  OMG after 1 1/2 episodes I can NOT believe that I am hooked so quickly.  I even stayed up past 10 last night watching it!  Haha!  Yes, I said 10.  I am a 31 year old trapped in a 90 year old body.  I can barely keep my eyes open past 9.  L.A.M.E.  I know I am not the only one out there.  Am I right?

My daughter, Norah, is going through a huge "Mommy's girl" phase.  Don't get me wrong I LOVE it and her, but sometimes mommy just needs her space.  My son is pretty independent, but right now he is beating away on his drum kit (which isn't supposed to happen until after 8 am and it is 7:30).  Not what you like to listen to so early in the morning after staying up past 10. :)

I am a sucker for summer reading.  Never in my wildest dreams would I have pegged myself for a summer professional development kind of girl, but here I am doing a Daily 5 Book Study.  I just love Daily 5 and how it has changed me as a teacher and the dynamic of my classroom.

So that is me in a nutshell!  Head back to The Teaching Tribune to learn about some more awesome bloggers.

1 comment

  1. Hello Stacey!

    Do you have a secret?
    Can you keep it?
    Got a locket in your pocket?
    I LOVE PLL! I am hooked as well but farther than you so I won't give any spoilers. ;)

    I can't imagine switching grade levels. It blows my mind that teachers get moved around all the time. We spend tons of money or grade level material for it to possibly change the following year.

    I am also in the Daily 5 book study! I completely agree, I would've never guessed that I would be doing independent PD over the summer but I love it! I am thinking of implementing it with my third graders next year but hesitant on a few things. However, we must all try something new, right? :)

    Happy Monday!


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