As we all know, the holidays are over and we are getting back into the routine...or so I wish.
Last Thursday was supposed to be our first day back. We had a snow day. Friday was only a little better as we had a late start, hence a good time to enjoy the PB banana sandwiches for Elvis' birthday.
Monday, our city encountered hurricane force winds, uprooting 100 year old trees and stretching them across streets. The day started out as normal until around 9:00 when the lights flickered and we were without electricy for the rest of the day. The kids loved the adventure, with the highlight being able to take flashlights to the bathroom. The day was fun, we were safe, but my planned teaching went out the window.
Tuesday was divine. A glimpse of the normal routine and learning before the holiday hub bub.
Then came Wednesday. Over night, my class was hit with a bug. Not just any bug, but one that took out my class. What do you teach when have less than a third of your class in attendance? Not much I say. We shall see what tomorrow brings.
wife, mom, teacher, author, history nerd and the lady that carries around a rabbit