My Truth Monday- Teacher Love

This is my first time linking up with Sunny Days in Second Grade. I can't wait to share this week's truth with all of you.

This is my truth:
As a young child, I always wanted to be a teacher. It was part of who I was. It was in my blood, running through my veins on a daily basis. I played school in my bedroom growing up and graded my stuffed animals tests. 
While I was in high school, some of my closest friends told me I was "too smart" to become a teacher and I was selling myself short. Hmmm... never thought of it THAT way. High school is a very impressionable time in a young girl's life, so I decided to wouldn't commit to the education major and I would explore my options. I finally settled on being a pre-law major. I was going to be a child advocate lawyer and save the world! Well, that idea came to a screeching halt when I realized I wouldn't be able to "save" every child I came across. I finally realized I was being silly and should listen to my heart and soul and become a teacher. It was the best decision I have ever made and I have never looked back with regret. Every day that I open my classroom door to my group of kiddos, I know I am doing the best I can to love, educate, and embrace each one of them and make them the best they can be too. 

This is who I am. This is my truth.
While you are here, I want to remind you of an incredible giveaway I am having right now, with my sweet friend, Aimee from Primarily Speaking. We are giving away a few of our Fall Favorite items to our lucky followers because we are so thankful for each of you. Click on the picture below to take you to the giveaway details! You won't want to miss it!


  1. Great story - we do have such an impact. Sometimes you may not know it for years until you see a former student and they tell you what you meant to them. Awesome profession!
    Teachers Are Terrific!

  2. I for one, am so glad you decided to follow your heart and become a teacher!

    Primarily Speaking

  3. So glad you listened to your heart :) You are too smart, that is why your kiddos get to love you and learn from you everyday.
    My Second Sense