Thursday, December 13, 2007

Subbed today for my friend Teresa. Her class is definately a "little busier" than my Monday/Wednesday class. It might also have been this crazy weather. It was almost sort of balmy today. A little humid. Felt like tornado weather. Creepy.

Anyway, it was so nice to see all of my little friends from last year (we're on opposite days so I don't get to see them anymore). Joseph saw me in the parking lot and started screaming my name and my little PH (Sophia) couldn't stop hugging me and kissing me. She is, other than my own 2 beautiful girls, one of the prettiest little girls I have ever seen. She is such a character and I'm so happy her mom is pregnant and expecting a baby girl in April. PH is talking so well. I got to see Henry again and his little cousin Caroline was in my class today. She's such a good little girl. I also got to meet Zachary, the younger brother of Brooke, who was one of my very first students 4 years ago! It's hard to believe I've been at the playschool that long.

It was also nice to see Tracy today (again, she's Tuesday/Thursday; I'm Monday/Wednesday). We'll all see each other tomorrow for the Santa Pancake breakfast. After that, we'll all go out to lunch and exchange gifts.

I think I'm ginally done w/ my Christmas cards. I bought stamps yesterday and printed out some return address labels tonight. I have to wrap a couple of things and get them out in the mail ASAP.

"Life is a celebration of awakenings, of new beginnings, and wonderful surprises that enlighten the soul." -- Cielo

"Be thankful for every flower you meet, every tree you meet, every being you meet, every person you meet in your life. The more and more you appreciate you will see how beautiful life is you are living in. You will transform. Your world will transform." -- Sri Vast

"In our deepest moments of struggle, frustration, fear, and confusion, we are being called upon to reach in and touch our hearts. Then, we will know what to do, what to say, how to be. What is right is always in our deepest heart of hearts. It is from the deepest part of our hearts that we are capable of reaching out and touching another human being. It is, after all, one heart touching another heart." -- Roberta Sage Hamilton

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