#SundayPost: From heat wave to water world

Posted September 9, 2018 in Roundup Tags:

Sunday Post

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  • More than This by AL Jackson
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So, this week was another scorcher. over 90 degrees all week until Friday. It was only 85 on Friday. Then the rain started Friday evening. It started HARD. By 8 pm, our neighborhood was starting to flood. It was crazy. At least it wasn’t so hot though. I was totally over that mess.

This week we have meet the teacher night. That means a LONG night for us teachers. The kids get the next day off. Teachers? Nope we have professional development. So I will be at school for 14 hours on Thursday. Fourteen hours!!!

Saturday I had to administer the ACT. Its boing and long but its good money so I don’t mind so much. Its usually a nice time for me to read, blog, and plan for the week. Plus, it was raining all day.

Thats pretty much the only thing that I have going on. I’m still readjusting to teaching-tired feet, headaches, and exhausting are still my daily life. I’m hoping since its suppose to be a smidge cooler this week it will get better.

So, whats new with you this week? Did you read any of the same books I did? Did you find any great book deals I need to grab ASAP? Let me know in the comments!

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15 responses to “#SundayPost: From heat wave to water world

  1. 14 hours? What the heck do you do for 14 hours? I know it’s not as good as a day off, but at least you don’t have to teach after the longest-day-ever. It’s been raining and it cooled down so much here. I will be sad when the temps rise again, because it’s so clean and crisp out there right now.

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  2. 14 hours- wow! That is a lonnng day. I always feel bad for teachers at conferences because I know they’re been for like hours on end! And we’ve had a ton of rain too- I thought we were going to flood, the storm drains started backing up but thankfully it stopped. Anyway… hope you have a super week!

  3. Oh my 14hrs. That’s a long day. We had welcome back parent-teacher meet the second day of school, so that’s over. My son is loving his 1st grade teacher. This past week I told work I’d come in for a few hours to help out and I’ve been trading a new hire all last week. We need the help and the new hires, but my body is not use to working during ht week and I’m off my schedule, which I don’t like. I’ve not gotten really any reading in or blogging this last week. I’ll be going in some more this week to train another new hire, but after sept I’m hoping they don’t need the help. I miss reading!!! I’m having withdrawal ^_^. Have a great week and happy reading!

  4. I wish it would rain here a little!! We are also in the 90s and it’s damn hot! arrrghhh

    Looks like you had a pretty busy week, Sam! Hope school has been okay so far! BTW, there were kids at Disneyland on Thursday. Don’t they have school or something?

    • I always think that when I am out and about during the week for whatever reason-Like seriously, why are there so many kids NOT in school? you can’t all be homeschooled!

  5. I’m with Zee, I wish we’d get some rain in L.A. it’s been a hot ass summer and I’m ready for cooler temps.

    So what did you read this week? Any goodies I should add to my ever growing TBR list?

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