Project 365 {week 45}

Fall poured in this week in the form of wind and rain and chilly weather.

The time changed and now it seems we live in darkness.

November 3: The Target Toy Catalog came!.

November 3: The Target Toy Catalog came!.

November 4: I think my boys might be addicted to apples...and I am Ok with that.

November 4: I think my boys might be addicted to apples…and I am Ok with that.

 

November 5: Grades are due in the morning. I have a ways to go.

November 5: Grades are due in the morning. I have a ways to go.

November 6: Why does getting a hair cut suddenly age him? Sigh.

November 6: Why does getting a hair cut suddenly age him? Sigh.

November 7: My students work on a webquest while I rest my voice that is quickly leaving me.

November 7: My students work on a webquest while I rest my voice that is quickly leaving me.

November 8: After a morning of meetings and an afternoon of parent/teacher conferences, my voice is all but gone. So tea.

November 8: After a morning of meetings and an afternoon of parent/teacher conferences, my voice is all but gone. So tea.

 

November 9: His two-year molars are coming in on the bottom so he is a snotty, coughing mess. My voice is gone and I may have a sinus infection. So cuddles.

November 9: His two-year molars are coming in on the bottom so he is a snotty, coughing mess. My voice is gone and I may have a sinus infection. So cuddles.

We made it through this dark and rainy week.

And we still have smiles on our faces…I don’t have a voice, but I do have a smile.

I say that’s a win.

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About Katie

Just a small town girl…wait no. That is a Journey song. Katie Sluiter is a small town girl, but she is far from living in a lonely world. She is a middle school English teacher, writer, mother, and wife. Life has thrown her a fair share of challenges, but her belief is that writing through them makes her stronger.

Comments

  1. I hope your voice comes back soon! Rather inconvenient when you’re a teacher (and a mom, a wife etc). xo

  2. Hope you feel better soon and get your voice back. We’ve had a few rainy, soggy days here too and there’s been lots of snuggling on the couch! 🙂

  3. Our dark and stormy work turned to SNOW.
    Thank goodness I still have my voice and when the going got rough could say “hey kids – Snow! go out in it!” LOL
    Hope you feel better soon.

  4. I love those pics of your sweet boys. I also think that I have a version of what you have. My voice will soon be history. Hope you’re all healed soon!