Thursday, May 14, 2009

Boring.

Nothing too too exciting going on in Cocoland lately. Last week was a complete whirlwind of studying, test, passing said test, and a job interview.

This week is all about filling out applications and sending resumes and cover letters. It has been 10 years since I have had a resume, much less a job interview.

My classes are going well, lots of interesting tips on classroom management and lesson plans, stuff that is going to be important my first year of learning. And the years after that!

Any tips from any teachers out there would be awesome! And if anyone has some great lesson plans, don't hesitate to send them my way.

I'm not kidding.

On a creepy side note, Tess is sitting in my lap, facing me, as I type this, and apparently their is somebody she "sees" behind me. She keeps saying "hi" and playing a game of baby flirt.

No one is behind me. Living by a cemetery totally creeps me out sometimes.

8 comments:

Soxy Deb said...

OMG! I'm creeped out and I'm a good 1500 miles from you.

starnes family said...

I love it! You know our creepy family loves Halloween and all things spooky......Carter and I will be there soon to check out the frequency. Maybe Tessie Mayes can join us on a few ghost tours?

Great. The hubby now thinks I'm even weirder.

Sassy Cass said...

Freakiness! I am a total wuss when it somes to all things scary...

greygillfish said...

Totally creepy!

Good luck on the job hunt and interview process.

The Soladay Family said...

How did your interview go? As far as lesson plans etc., what grade level?

Fortune 500 Mom said...

FREAKY!!

Live.Love.Eat said...

Ok, that is totally creepy. I just looked behind me....

Cheryl said...

Hi, I've never commented before, I recently found your blog and love it! Just thought I'd comment for two reasons; first I teach kindergarten in CA. Feel free to ask any questions. Second, I'm moving to TX, the houston area. I don't know where you are, but just wondered if you had any knowledge of the school districts there.
Also, I love your kid stories, I can relate, have two boys (almost 4, and 2 1/2)