Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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I can't believe it is finally here....October! The start of my favorite season....FALL! Cool weather, crisp mornings, scarves and boots here I come!!!!


The kids are in bed and the hubs and I are catching up with Top Chef DUELS. Love me a little Curtis! 

Fall. is. my. favorite. season of all! I am so excited that the weather will soon be getting cooler. It means I get to do a wardrobe switch. Jeans, boots and scarves here I come!

October is just plain long. There are no holidays to break up the month. I have parent conferences, district assessments, prep for report cards...aahhhh! Thanksgiving break cannot come soon enough after all that!

I hope to start decorating for Halloween this weekend! The hubs is not a fan of decorations of any kind. I have negotiated, over the years, for certain times of the year to be void of decorating complaints from him. October 1st-31st is my time to go all out for Halloween. I need to get crackin'!

I am not sure why, but I have the hardest time making an appointment to get my hair done. Every time I think about it, something comes up or I say "next weekend". Well, next weekend it is ! I have to get it done!

TRICK: Use paint sticks for students to hold their book spot in your classroom library. It helps keep your library organized and books in the right place. I give each student a class number so I can use the sticks over and over each year and they can easily keep track of where their books belong.


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3 comments :

  1. Oh my I am exactly the same with my hair appointments. It got so bad last time that I wore my hair up in a pony and someone thought I'd dyed my hair brown! Embarrassing.

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  2. I love, love, love your bookmarks for your classroom library! They are a great idea. Thank you for the trick. Have a great week.

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  3. I am in desperate need to get my hair done too. Love the book mark idea.

    Marcy

    Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

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