Happy Happy Happy Friday to you.
I could not be happier that it is Friday.
Well, except for tomorrow morning, when I will be even happier because I will be sleeping in.
This was a week. I’ve been having a lot of these weeks. And they are really cramping my style because they keep getting in the way of the weekends! Hello?
However, and I’m not counting or anything like that because who needs to count when you only have twelve and a half school days left and you have it memorized, it’s so darn close to when every single day is going to be a weekend that I just have to hold on for dear life and keep on keeping on.
Alright. Either way, I am posting Five for Friday on a Friday so you are welcome.
Look at my Murphie girl. She found a pile of laundry (that may or may not have been there for a few days and yes, the hallway at the top of the stairs serves as my office and my laundry room) and she took a nap.
Until I snapped the picture and then she opened her eye.
She hears everything.
Half the time, I only have to think the word “walk” and she’s out front waiting for me with her leash on and a bag for “just in cases”.
You are hilarious Kristin! I really look forward to reading your posts at the end of the day and any time of the day! We have 17 days left and oh my goodness; I am feeling you…..what a week!!!! Oy!
It's been a week here, too! Have mercy, May is trying to kill me. I think your drawing is a map of how you are going to arrange students on the stage for a program. Am I right? 🙂
Sailing into Second says
Agree with Michelle! I think it's also some sort of plan for seating, performance, etc. Reader's theater, perhaps??
Kacie Biggs says
I love reading your posts each week! I'm thinking your drawing is a seating/performance arrangement of some sort as well. Possibly for an end of the year performance?
Your ribbon debacle of 2014 is mine as well! For the life of me, I can't ever figure out why I never have enough ribbon. My husband tried to explain it to me once. He sort of made it sound like something I miscalculated which couldn't be so and it was very complicated and I couldn't really listen because it was AT THE END OF THE DAY. 🙂 Haha. Have a GREAT weekend!
I think it's a drawing for a performance with a stage. Im thinking the N might mean narrator :). We also do a Teddy Bear Day in my kindergarten class for Teddy Bear Picnic….I love that day but am always exhausted after. Mine always seems to fall on a Friday….amazing how it works out!
Laurie (PS- Your teaching partner has got an AWESOME name!)
Brittani Black says
Well, I looked back at what you were doing last year around this time to see if I could figure out what the picture is. I saw that you were getting ready for Open House, so I am going to guess that the drawing has something to do with setup for Open House. 🙂
I am going to guess it has something to do with tacos, or maybe donuts. Because I know you love food as do I and at the end of the day that is all that matters : )
Miss Cha-Ket-Tee says
This is going to bother me so much that I don't know what it is!! Here are the only things that I can observe that don't help at all: The letters around the arc alternate from r to b. Also the "n" and the "t" have 1, 2, 3 then 3, 2, 1. I thought that maybe I was going to come across the answer in a backwards…inception kind of way…I thought wrong. 🙂
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Reagan Tunstall says
I thought it was….All that being said…. because that is all I hear these days.
But with all that being said, at the end of the day does ring a bell….
I think it might be the line up for making a maypole…. I don't really know where that whacky idea came from!
I would love to see what you did with the ribbon. The pic doesn't have any ribbon and I'm curious what it was for. But at the end of the day, it's all good.
KTP on TPT says
Is it a drawing of your kidney table? With T for Teacher at the top? I have no idea! I haven't heard "At the end of the day" as much as you have, but the reality TV I watch is The Real Housewives and I'm still recovering from the 3 reunion episodes from Atlanta! Wow! They have too many catch phrases to remember! (But I love it.)
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Maybe you could sell copies of that amazing anchor chart in your store? 🙂 Not sure – I think I'm hungry, my mind first went to a banana split and the flavors of ice cream? Love reading your posts – you write with great voice.
I think it's a rotation for reading/testing/gift making–the ribbons… I could go on. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Gatt says
I have not noticed this "at the end of the day" thing. I too think that is a drawing of a stage. You have 4 groups of 5, 3 groups of 2 and 2 groups of three. What the initials are, I'm not sure. T=teacher, N=narrator, BB=baby bear? haha. What is it?!?!?
Carol Davis says
The phrase I keep hearing is "What the……"! It stresses me out way too much as I think it's a nickname for a bad word phrase. I fuss at kids about it, but what do I do when I hear teachers say it…..
Your anchor chart is a kidney table and it's a way to keep up with whose turn it is to do something…just sayin' (Which is my go to phrase!)
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Christina Murphy says
I think it's a graduation seating chart? Or maybe a bridal/baby shower set up for a coworker??
Kristina Armstrong says
I think it could be reading group rotation? No clue! Good guess though right…?