These candy corn decorations. I was invited to a craft party where they'll be making these but can't go because it's during the week. I looked up the craft and I want to try it but I also don't trust myself with the circular saw (OBVIOUSLY). Nor do I know how to use it (OBVIOUSLY). I sent the link to Scott.
I feel like I've shared this article about how children have no skills when it comes to waiting, monotonous tasks, or relationships. I can't remember. I used to not be so cynical because I've worked with MANY wonderful children and families. But every year it gets worse, and it's very depressing.
I don't normally post this kind of stuff but I wanted to jump for joy when I read #1 on this list of ways to live the non-diet life. Try eating like it's the weekend on Monday. Starting every Monday with a diet has to make Monday that much harder, right?
Things kids don't understand. Every year, it gets a bit more difficult to explain things to kids. It's not particularly hard to relate to them, but the references don't get the message across like it used to. When you look at that list of terms and sayings, no wonder they have no point of reference. They will never know the pain of listening to the clicks on a rotary dial phone.
I hate icebreakers so, so much. You would think that once you're established in a position or with a group of people, icebreakers would stop. But no. We do an icebreaker, on average, twice a month.
I never, ever make kids do icebreakers because I know what it's like to loathe them.
This list of teacher luxuries are all true. Sadly.
And edited to add a picture because picture-less posts are also sad.
These trees are right next to each other, so I'm not sure what this is about.