A little bit about me...I graduated in December with a degree in Early Childhood Education. I started subbing the first day back in January and stayed very, very busy. Like subbing every single day busy! I loved going to new schools to see what they were like so I subbed at as many schools as I could. In February I took a long term sub job that lasted until the middle of May. I was subbing for an itinerant teacher so I traveled to 9 different schools every week. I loved being at SO many schools in my district! After I finished that I went back to subbing wherever I could. When the school year ended, I started working as a teacher at a summer camp in my school district and I'll be doing that until August 2. So basically I haven't had a break from school yet, but I LOVE it! I've been applying and interviewing for jobs since I graduated. Finding a job has been THE most stressful thing ever. My district is just now starting to hire for next year. I've had 4 interviews and one next week. I'm still waiting to hear back from 2 of the 4 interviews. My district is just really competitive so I'm trying to be patient. I'll keep y'all updated on how things are going.
Anyway, back to telling y'all about myself. I have the most AMAZING parents. My mom is a teacher and super crafty. The crafty gene must skip a generation because I am not crafty at all :( My dad is hilarious and the sweetest man you'll ever meet. I have a younger brother who just turned 20. The baby of the family is our King Charles Spaniel named Tucker. She is the most adorable dog and she is treated like a princess (by my parents). We live on a river so I love spending time on our dock and out in the boat. I'm an alumna of Phi Mu and I miss my sisters so much now that I'm back home and not in college. I also miss my sweet boyfriend, Ross, who lives upstate where I went to school.
This is my family! My brother is taller than my dad!
This is Ross and me before one of my sorority sisters' wedding!
I'm sorry for the super long post. I'm just trying to get started! Thank you so much for stopping by! I'd love any tips and/or tricks about blogging! And of course about teaching in general. I'm a pretty fast learner so hopefully I'll get the hang of it soon!