Friday, November 5, 2010

TGIF

Whew am I glad it's Friday. Seems like this week has just dragged... hasn't been BAD really just long. And I'm happy because I don't have to work or be out of town or HAVE to do anything on Saturday for once. I'm hoping my puppy will let me sleep in since it seems like FOREVER since I've gotten to do that! It's been a good week so far, next week I'm working in Kindergarten again, this time at Lubeck. Should be fun! Besides it's always nice to know when I'm working ahead of time. After next week I don't have any days booked so it'll be back to taking the phone calls...

Anyway, right now I'm working but the kids are in Music then Library so I thought I'd take a few minutes to update my Thankful list, since I missed yesterday...

I'm thankful for...

4- my siblings & siblings in law. That's my brother Matthew & his wife Amanda, my brother Mason, my sister-in-law Mandy, and her husband AJ. They are all so much fun :) Love all of them! Our kids will have the coolest aunts and uncles ever ;)

5- My sweet nieces, Miryan and Makalyn. (Mandy & AJ's girls) These little girls may not be my blood nieces but I love them just the same. I've really known both of them since birth and when Brew & I actually started dating, Miryan was a year and Makalyn hadn't been born yet. I do love being "Aunt Missa". I love watching them grow & develop their own personalities and senses of humor. Love those little girls!

Allllrighty I think that's all for now, hopefully I'll get the hang of this daily posting thing ;)

2 comments:

Real Life Reslers said...

I'm working as a special ed aide for a kid in middle school right now. I'm liking it but the poor thing doesn't like having an aide. I mean what 12 yr old boy would?

Melissa and Brew said...

True. Here's an idea, if his teachers will allow it, ask if you can help some other kids in the room too, like walk around while she gives an assignment or something? That way the kids just think you are there helping everyone, and your kid doesn't feel "singled out". When I was in my long term I did multi-cat. special ed, and if there were any "inclusion" kids that I helped out, that's what I tried to do. :)