Sunday, August 24, 2008


To say the very least, I was EXTREMELY nervous about starting my job at Central.  However, I have been reminded EVERY day about how great God's blessings are.  It has been such a smooth transition for me.  I love my department, I love my administration, and I love (well, at least like) my students.... mostly. : )

The day before classes began, I found out I would no longer be teaching Business English- just 5 sections of English III.  My "duty" is to be the "Yearbook Advisor."  Basically, what this means is that I will proof the yearbook & help out as needed/as I want without having the full responsibility.  I LOVE it.  The yearbook teacher/sponsor is amazing and I think the yearbook will be incredible. I'm glad I get to be a part of it.

I'm still not "back in the routine"... I come home SO exhausted. I'm not used to the whole "wake up at 5:30" thing yet.  I miss my friends at Zachary SO much, but I know that I am right where God wants me to be.


Amber said...

I think about you every time I pass CHS!! - Good to know things are going so well!

LindseYaYa said...

Oh, dearest! I'm so glad that things are shaking down in to place for you. I can only imagine how tired you are when you get home... with teaching you are always 'on.' I think that is that part that is always soooo draining! When you are there within those walls, you are in teacher mode. Other jobs don't come with that responsibility. I'm loving the new updates of Miss Parker Ann! She's just blossoming! Can't wait to get together... xo

Candace Jean July 16 said...

I just read your comment on MckMama's blog and want you to know that you are in my prayers for safety from the storm heading your way. I was just watching the Weather Channel and thought to myself "I don't know anyone down there to pray for so I'll just have to pray for all of them." But now that I have a picture of a family in my head, please know I'm praying that God will protect you and that all storms are temporary. Peace to you.
Candy S.

ann said...

Also followed you from Stellan's blog - praying for you - and laughing along with you about the exhaustion of getting used to teaching school again. Right there with you. My room doesn't look as put together as yours though - and I travel for 2 classes. Praying as you weather the storm.