First day back.
The wind was out of control. I can’t even explain it. It was insane. I’m usually outraged at inclement weather schedule, especially those for no good reason, but I actually agreed with this one.
The wind also came in handy when a certain someone had to go to the restroom. It took him awhile to push the door open to get out of our classroom . . . I even had to say, “Use those MUSCKLES! You can do it!” and he finally grunted and was able to exit. Coming back in, on the other hand, not so easy.
And then we forgot about him. And then we couldn’t hear him knocking because of the high wind wooshing and howling . . . so I was able to teach a lesson without any shouting-out and interruping at all.
Sometimes, the wind is your friend. Even when it messes up your hair, it can still be your friend.
I made it through the day, though. Having inside recess all day made up for lost time, and we are all suitably bonded again, and it is as if we never left. It is practically like I didn’t have any vacation at all.
But, on the bright side, The Orange County Housewives are on tonight. As long as the wind doesn’t interfere with our satellite, I’ll be good to go.
In the meantime, I’m so happy that you all seem interested in my Reader’s Theater pack. I’ve noticed some people spell Theater — Theatre.
And then I worried and obsessed over my spelling so I did a google search. And from what I can tell, it doesn’t matter how you spell it. Theater. Theatre. Theater. Theatre. Huh.
Here are the winners: