Happy Monday! We did it! I only have 1 more Monday until our winter break!! I can’t wait!!
Today I had an epiphany. Shocker I know. I don’t get these often. And it’s not even a monumental life changing classroom altering one…it’s just a silly analogy that popped into my warped mind. Have you met me?! My mind is a unique place that is capable of so much…but yet produces so little….it’s the ADD I te….ooo glitter!…
Anyways….did you know I have a fear of squirrels? Like a serious phobia. Like I am a 3hljilsndh year old man and I have been known to call my mommy who lives 4 hours away because the big, mean, scary squirrel was barking (growling and roaring is more like it!) at me and was blocking the door so he could take me captive and take me to his squirrel leader. And do untold horrors to me. They are dangerous, vicious conspirators who are plotting to take over the world. They look all cute and fuzzy with those bushy tails. Yeah right. They’re just waiting for you to focus on that tail so they gnaw your face off. True story. Google it. Squirrel attacks are up. Up people!!! Take a stroll at the park or on a college campus. Those squirrels look at you like dinner. They don’t move. They aren’t scared. They’re plotting. The Maya’s ain’t got nothing on the squirrels. Anyways, so today I realized that sometimes, my little monsters are like squirrels. Cute, cuddly, with adorable fuzzy tails. Then BAM! they turn on you and gnaw your face off. OK…maybe not your face…but those cute looks can be deceiving sometimes! You know it’s true! I am just thankful that I have a sweet group who worked hard to day so we could get some testing done. And so far our data is PHENOMENAL! My
squirrels monsters rock!
Today I am linking up with A Teeny Tiny Teacher and Miss Kindergarten for a 12 in 12 Linky Party to share my 12 favorite things of 2012! And what a year to share!! Here ya go…a year long journey with Mr. Greg aboard the Kindergarten Smorgasboard express! I hope you’re all ready!
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