First....I love the Hallmark Channel during the holidays. I love the sappy movies. I love that they run all night long, so when I am up in the night because I can't sleep there is a movie to help. I love that they are sappy enough I don't really have to pay attention, and they keep me company when I am cleaning or working. Some of them are really good and they touch my heart.
I LOVE my family! I have the best husband ever!! I love all my kids and the spouses they have chosen. I love the children they are raising. I love my sister, who thankfully, lives close. My brothers and their families have to be on that list too. But this month I especially love my mom. She is brilliant and loving and the best role model any daughter could ask for. She is an author and her new book is coming out this month. She is having surgery and I am lucky enough to be able to go and help while she is recovering.
Consequently, I have a LOT to do. I have school stuff...grades, parent teacher conferences, sub plans, reorganize my room a bit so a sub can find things for the 2 1/2 weeks I am gone (I am never gone that long...not sure how much to plan), home stuff....packing, getting the house ready for my poor husband to be alone (I know he's a big boy and very capable, but I feel guilty and want him to know how much I love him), and then there is my mom stuff...what should I take to her? Is there anything I need to bring from here, or can get taken care of before I get on the plane?
I am starting a new chapter in my blogging journey this week. I am going to be a regular blogger at PreK + K Sharing and I am so nervous that I will not be as good as the other bloggers who contribute there. They are great!! You should stop by. It is a very eclectic group and the collective knowledge is amazing.
Last my pin....I think I should treat myself with this. I have made it several times and it is the yummiest thing I have ever pinned.
I can't leave you with just one...this is for the healthy side.
Roasted Summer VegetablesDid you make it to the end? Then here is a November Thank you gift from me...Hide Turkey Hide. I created this to play with positional words with my kinder kids. Enjoy!!