"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
LOL I love that!
Where would we be without all the Tubey's of the world. Thanks for taking one for all the rest of us Trace. Do I need to send some chicken soup your way?
only if its hand delivered :0D
The Teachers of this world are outstanding... they deserve the very best. My very best admiration for all of you... YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE :-)
Funny. Giggle snort. We liked it.
Happy Friday, Terry - hope you have a great weekend lined up (inspite of G leaving), if not, I've got kids all weekend (help!;), so I'll be around, if you start feeling like a chat :-)
Good evening Autumn! How fun to have kids back :-D Not exactly the way to relax, but fun, nontheless. I hope to spend a marathon weekend in the garden (you should see what G has done so far - he is a true dirt genius). I want to surprise him with my own garden plot which needs to be completely dug out, enriched, and turned over. The crab grass is daunting... we shall see what progress I make :-D It is still quite frosty in the mornings, so not willing to plant quite yet.Anyway, have a great evening and I'll talk to you soon I'm sure :-)
Love it. I'm pointing all my teacher friends to your blog to see this. LOL!
Sleepovers today and tomorrow - so not a moments quiet, but as you say, nice all the same :-D. Have fun in the garden, sure it will be quite the paradise by the time summer comes around - you shall have to post some pictures for us to see!Have a good one - talk to you soon.Much love, x
Angela - cool that you have a lot of teacher friends - they make the world a better place :-) and deserve to be recognized.
Morning Autumn - sleep overs - didn't lose any time getting back into the swing.. LOLI had two little girls, and I remember those sleepovers (did I say "sleep"?) No sleep was ever accomplished, but lots of fun transpired :-D
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