Monday, November 5, 2012

Week 44 around the sun

Well, this week was eventful, but thankfully without any trips to the doctor. Hurricane Sandy came along on Monday (not my first day off of school for one of those, though). We faired okay here, but my hometown is hurting so badly right now. The rest of the week was filled with a staff day and lots of fun learning. I had my first IEP meeting to go to this week and it went so well and it felt great to show my stuff, so to speak. I'm still getting back to full strength, but everyday is a little better. The 10ish hours of sleep Friday night sure helped a ton, too! Here's to a healthy, storm free week! 
Chic Homeschool Mama

11 thoughts on the matter:

Lori said... {Reply}

What a pretty morning moon! I happy y'all made out out alright.

Pride In Photos said... {Reply}

I am so glad your family is okay after Sandy!! Good for you taking care of yourself and going back to the gym. So important♥

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

Haha, I never thought to call the moon that we sometimes see in the morning a "morning moon," although that's exactly what it is! :)

MG Atwood said... {Reply}

So glad you're feeling better. Nice work on the IEP meeting. those can be grueling! Love your morning moon. Happy week Tamar.

Nancy Claeys said... {Reply}

Glad you are feeling better Tamar -- you are always so busy, I know it was likely difficult to let being sick slow you down. :)

Renae said... {Reply}

Nice photos Tamar. Ok, call me a dork but I didn't know brussel sprouts grew on a stock. Learn somthun new everdaah. Keep on the mend. I am so sorry about your hometown that is in ruins now. So sad.

Anonymous said... {Reply}

these are great, Tamara!

Megan Bailey said... {Reply}

Wow that moon photo is awesome!

Kim C. said... {Reply}

Glad things are settling down between sickness and storms. I hope your hometown gets the help it needs sooner than later. So sad to hear of the sufferings.

Love your moon!

Melissa Bliss Rich said... {Reply}

Oh I am as glad you are feeling better finally! Sorry to hear about your home town. How awful! Fortunately we only received a glancing blow here.

Chelsea said... {Reply}

Glad you're feeling better! Don't you work in a private school? Must be pretty big to have IEP services! Praying for your hometown. It's hard for us to hear much from here, but we try to be diligent about reading the news so we know what's going on in the States.