We celebrated my Mother-in-law’s birthday twice within the past week. She turned 100 on Thanksgiving day. It was a good time,especially since we went through some health scares in the summer. It definitely made her birthday a celebration.
So here I sit on Cyber-Monday, enjoying the peace and quiet. It is especially quiet now, as we had a good soaking of rain today.
Here’s hoping you have a good week, my friends, and that the weather is treating you well.
Today I began the next step of my career.
I went to the West Cape May elementary school, and,for them first time, was a substitute teacher. Boy, it really felt good. It is a small school running from grades Pre-K to 6.What a difference with a low student to teacher ratio. The children are actually excited to learn.
Although the appearance of the classroom is basically 1980’s South Jersey, their technological was awesome.I have never saw a school with such modern technology. It was also nice to work with people who have a goal-the education of children to the best of our ability.
Feeling good to be back in the saddle again.
Giddy-up. Mrs.C is back in town.
If you are a regular reader
Of this blog, you know that I had won a ring after entering a picture ( one of my favorites) of Zush wearing glasses.
I never take it off, medical procedures notwithstanding.
I woke up this morning and it was gone!
I can say I honestly cried as hard as when she died. I got my prayer warriors together and between that and my Saint Anthony ‘s, I found it!
I feel as if my girl is back with me.
We took a road trip today, Jim, Kasia and myself. We had somethings that needed attention. Then, we took a detour.
I don’t know how many of you know that Jim made a living for a long time making bagels. In fact, he helped someone learn how to make bagels in New Jersey. We went there today and found out that he is in business twenty-five years this year. It was like old home week for Jim.
We grabbed something to eat and went on our way. It was a little bizarre for Jim to realize the amount of time that had passed, but , you know what?Always nice to take a trip down memory lane.
God, the California fires are so scary and make me sad. I don’t know if it was of natural causes or carelessness of man, but my heart ❤️ goes out to all of those folks.
It’s one of those situations you pray you never have to experience. The first responders must have nerves of steel, but God bless them and their families. It can’t be easy.
I know I get a little nervous here when I see new construction going up and it seems to get closer to the neighboring house with each new one going up. I look at the new construction and think that it only takes one spark to start an inferno.
Here’s hoping we all stay safe!
We just got me back from the doctors and we’re back home, where I have a homemade pot of chicken soup on for dinner.
It’s been cool outside working with the leaves, so this seems just the ticket. We still have more leaves to do, probably tomorrow, and for now, we’ll be cozy tonight!
Leaf collection starts Tuesday,allegedly, in “Undisclosed Location”. Here’s the quality job Jim did getting ours together.
One small thing though. Be it big city or little hamlet, sure they are collecting leaves but they’ll have to spend more money in late January when they have to do it a second time.
All the leaves aren’t down yet…things that make you want to shake some heads in local government.