Monday, April 8, 2013

P52: Week 14 around the sun

This week felt long, but in a good way! I was in Oregon until late on Tuesday and until then I soaked up every second with the kiddlet. Really, beyond amazing trip.

I got back in town on Wed morning and restocked the fridge and got ready to go back to work. It was super great to get back into my routine. The kids were happy to be back and we had a super productive 2 days.

By Friday the jet lag/hitting the ground running had set in and I spent the night and Saturday vegging out. Crazy, another week is upon us and we're already into the second week of April.

Highlight of the week: savoring all my time with Noam before heading back to Boston and I have to say being able to have vitamin water again after Passover ended, I missed that stuff!

Favorite teaching moment:  having my kiddos come back from break on fire! They tackled our work this week (all 2 days of it) with such great gusto. 

Random-osity: I have developed an odd ability to estimate how many gallons of gas my car will take each time I fill 'er up - I'm usually within a 1/10th of a gallon or so...

Your turn and all the details:
- Post 1 photo or an many as you like each week on Monday.
- The button or text link should be present in your post - but not absolutely necessary. 
- Please visit some other blogs & leave some love & encouragement. 
- Submit the URL of your blog post - not your home page. 
Can't wait to see all your photos each week as we venture through 2012!

Project 52
Kleinworth & Co.,Project 52, photo sharing, weekly Monday blog link up
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14 thoughts on the matter:

Nancy Claeys said... {Reply}

What a fun break you had Tamar! Loving the photos of the little guy. :)

Susan said... {Reply}

Made it-yay. Looks like it was a full week. No wonder you crashed out on Saturday night. That's not a bad thing. You must be an inspiring teacher-most kiddos come back from break tired. Glad for your time with Noam. He's getting big.

Pride In Photos said... {Reply}

I can just imagine how much you are missing Noam!! I miss my little man so much it hurts!! IT was fun seeing the joy with him.

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

You are such a great aunt and Noam is blessed to have you! Glad your initiation back to work was wonderful with kids ready to work. That's great!

Kathy McB said... {Reply}

I'm gonna start calling you "The Gas Tank Whisperer" :)

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Lovely - and the pic from the plane reminds me that I´ll fly soon, wohoo!

Renae at simple sequins said... {Reply}

Oh Tamar, thanks for your nice visit. I am going to do both. That is just my advertising page that holds the information regarding any one that wants to have a spot of advertising on my blog. Got to start somewhere? I will be joining your meme on Wednesday.

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said... {Reply}

That perspective on that one of the trees is incredible Tamar- well done!

Sharon said... {Reply}

What a fun trip for you! Noam is quite the photographic model -- what a doll!

Melissa Bliss Rich said... {Reply}

What a wonderful trip you had! That's fantastic. So glad you had a fun spring break. What a great Auntie you are!

Rachel said... {Reply}

Love your random ability! :)

And that pic of Noam... too cute for words!

I think I need a vacation from my weekend... I'm wiped out!

Christine E-E said... {Reply}

I always love the "Noam" stories. He must miss you enormously when you return home! I loved Spring Break, but it was sure difficult to get up this morning. We have 10 weeks of school left. How about you?

Deanna said... {Reply}

Happy trip to Oregon, happy teaching when you great for you!!

packmom said... {Reply}

Lucky you not having to go back to work until Thursday. We all had to go back to school and work the day after Easter and it was brutal! I needed at least one more day or maybe another week ;0) Great collection of shots. My 3rd grader is turning in his planet project this week. I thought of you and your class as we worked on his poster yesterday.