Friday, June 8, 2012

Friday Fragments #201

I'm sure you've seen your fair share of these funny yourecards on Facebook or other social media sites. I was browsing on the internet and couldn't resist posting this one. I have this fetich with grammar and spelling, so it only makes sense. And since most of the cards are quite vulgar, I wouldn't post many of them anyways.

Today( Thursday) at Miss K's school, the awards ceremony for the third graders was held. This year has been an amazing school year for her, starting with her most wonderful teacher. Without this teacher, Miss K may have struggled yet another year academically. She excelled in many areas, academically and socially. In the second quarter of this school year, K received the Citizenship Award for the first time since entering elementary school. Today, she received the Citizenship of the Year award in her class. It was a proud moment for the hubs and I.

I was reading in a moms group for parents of children born in November 2012 today. The topic they were discussing was "have you bought anything yet for your upcoming new baby. I have not, am I behind?" I have actually bought a few things for baby #3 only because the items were in excellent used condition and I couldn't pass up the deal. Except for the stroller system, which was new. But it was also a great deal that may not be when we get closer. When I think back to both my other children, I don't remember being as eager to buy things so far in advance. Except for Miss K, we did buy packs of diapers every other week before she was born.

For the summer our church will not be having any enrichment classes or children's ministry on Wednesday nights. I'm sad that we won't be meeting during the summer. I am looking forward to more time with the kids, especially since Miss K does not have dance classes in the summer either. Time to catch up on reading for all of us. I'm looking forward to teaching Little E to read more than just sight words. One of the websites we'll be using is . Miss K's elementary school uses this website in the classrooms during free time.

After three days of rain, rain, rain. It has finally subsided. Even though Friday has a 70% chance of rain, it has not rained very much. I'm thankful for all this rain we have been getting but wiping the dogs' feet every time after they go outside has become a tiring task. My plants and lawn are very happy with all this excess water.

Today was the last day of school for our county! I went in to help with a party that Miss K's teacher and I planned for the last day. Unfortunately her teacher was diagnosed with the flu on Tuesday and was told by her doctor to not be at work the rest of the week. The last week of school no less. :(  thankfully by today, she was feeling a little better and made a surprise appearance in class for 30 minutes, during the party. We're going to miss not having her as Miss K's teacher. She was such a blessing. If only we had her every year!

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Keetha Broyles said...

As a teacher in our church's midweek children's program, I'm very thankful for the summer off.  We still have a summer program - but "others" than the regular teachers teach it.

Sorta Southern Single Mom said...

Our church doesn't do "wednesday nights" in the summer either.  I, too, miss the fellowship. 

It warms my heart to hear positive teacher stories. I'm thrilled for your family that Miss K had such a good year!

CrazyKindofMom said...

Our church has such a large congregation that we have what they call "small groups" that are held weekly to discuss the sermon in more detail. Your group becomes like your family. For the summer, our group is also not meeting as often, so it's an adjustment for me. 
Thanks about school and Miss K. :)

CrazyKindofMom said...

I understand what you mean, I never thought about those volunteers needing a break. :) The teens are the only ones continuing through the summer. 

Mrs4444 said...

That poor teacher! What a sweetheart for coming in; I'm sure it was important to the kids. spelled fetish incorrectly.haha Under the circumstances, I figured you'd want to know, and I'm hoping this makes you laugh.

I wish we'd get some rain! It's a pain in the behind running out to move the sprinkler and remembering to turn it off. (More first-world problems..haha)

Thanks for linking up! Have a great weekend...

Crazykindofmom said...

OMG! I cannot believe I did that. How embarrassing! Yes, that made me laugh considering why I wrote it. I could not stop laughing !!!