It was a fine day- just the usual but with sunshine!


We had to do two writing activities today as we needed to get caught up on our hallway writing by writing about dyeing the Easter eggs and the Urban Safari presentation. I was amazed by how much my students remembered from the Urban Safari talk. I had one little boy who could recite word for word what the woman said!!! It was great to see this:)

We also got a little bit of preparation done for our student led conferences tomorrow afternoon, but still lots to do tomorrow!

At the end of the day we got a few minutes outside to enjoy the sunshine. I was presented with this😀


I walked during workout Wednesday this morning and during jog a long this afternoon, as well as walking to and from school.

When I realized I was an hour early for my Zumba class, I went for a run and got just over 3km done. It’s at least a bit more toward getting caught up.

I got a little warmer in my Zumba class this week and I think it will continue to get better as I get to know the moves. I’d probably do better if I also counted along🤣

My friend Cori who I go to Zumba with was showing me this craft she’s doing with her class. I’d like to hear from the moms if they’d be happy with this for a Mother’s Day gift along with a card?

Thanks for your opinion!

On the way home from Zumba I stopped in at Starbucks. I don’t like asking people for stuff, but finally got up the nerve to ask if I could have 20 grande cups with kids and the woman very kindly gave them to me. This is going to be great for the loose parts!!!!

Well that’s it for me tonight:)

Have fun!


22 thoughts on “One Step at a Time

  1. got to love a pretty bouquet of dandelions. they get so excited when the floral weeds begin to grow.

    What is that bracelet made out of? I’m sure I would thank my child for it, but only wear it under obligation.

  2. How sweet of your students to bring you the little bouquet of flowers! I’m glad to hear you felt better at Zumba this week. Like you said, the more you go, the more you’ll learn the moves.

  3. What a sweet bouquet picked with love!

    I wouldn’t want to ask for a handout, so I understand how you felt at Starbucks. That’s great that the woman gave you the cups for loose parts.

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