We just got back from a few days of staying with in-laws and apartment shopping in our new area.
Thankfully, it’s only about 3 hours away, but with summer school starting up tomorrow and moving time coming up quick, we needed to check out places to live pretty fast. 21 properties in 2 days, but we just heard back that we were approved for our top choice so we officially have somewhere to live!
I don’t think a vacation (well, one longer than a weekend) is going to happen this summer… but when I do go, I have to have some great books, my camera, and a GPS. I’m notoriously bad with directions!
Any book suggestions for this summer? :) I tend to enjoy deep books that are intense and make me cry, because I'm a weirdo like that! But some fluff is always fun too. Right now I'm reading this one, which has some interesting brain stuff that I'm LOVING as a teacher.
In other news, I'm getting started packing up my room. Last year, I posted Ten Things Every Teacher Should Do at the End of the Year, and I'm working on one of them right now- writing down my computer logins and passwords so I don't forget them by August! I decided that I should put these in my teacher binder, so I made a cute template. You can grab it for free here.
Whew- teaching summer school and planning an out-of-state move in less than 3 weeks is wearing me out... but happy Friday!