Monday, June 15, 2009

Hell Yeah!

I frickin didn't get to finish Mary's Thank You socks. I would have been able to but I was running around like a mental patient for most of the day...I asked her to drop by my room and I told her about the socks and she freaked out! She took the finished sock and went around bragging to others that I was making them for her. It was nice of her to freak out like that. You rock, Mary.

I'm nervous about next year already b/c my principal is supporting me in the creation of this heterogenious grouping program I'm copying from Lupie's old school and I'm scared other teachers are going to make it difficult for me.

But for now I can say...
TAKE THIS JOB AND SHOVE IT!


SCHOOL'S OUT FOR SUMMER!
NO MORE PENCILS
NO MORE BOOKS
NO MORE STUDENTS'
DIRTY LOOKS



UPDATE

Just finished the Mary Thank You Socks

2 comments:

Lupie said...

The socks are awesome. Mary is very lucky!!!!
You will have some give you a hard time with the homerooms but stick to your guns because you know it's the right thing
You make me proud!!!!

Megan said...

The socks are so pretty, no wonder she was freaking out. Those are the kind of people you want to knit for... the appreciative kind. So Mary definitely does rock.

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