Monday was professional development at work. I was so happy to see everyone. (Below you can see my classroom portable) I feel good about the school year and about how I'm handling my transition back to Louisiana in general. The mind is a powerful thing and I have decided to no allow mine to hate Louisiana and to make the very best of what may be my last year teaching and in a rural parish.
On a different note the girls (my future roomies) and I met with our new landlord and saw our future home. Y'all, this house is incredible and it is such a blessing that he is allowing us to live there. I promise pictures of the house are coming. I don't want to show anything until I am certain I am living there. As in, when my things start moving in. A little bit about the home though, it was built in the 1910's and is historical to the area and pretty sure the state. Imagine a beautiful white southern home with a gorgeous porch, a porch swing, and all of its amazingness inside.
After the meeting with the landlord my AC was fixed. Just a little rust hit the fan, nothing to worry about. Today I will hopefully be able to talk to my current landlord about vacating my apartment. I'm looking forward to it, but I'm a little sad to leave. I have so many first-year memories in that apartment and I will miss my neighbor. I want to make it a point to visit her.
Alright, let's hope for productivity today. Meetings about to start so I will leave y'all with one last announcement:
This girl has purchased her flight to SEATTLE for Labor Day weekend. I cannot wait. I have always wanted to visit the pacific northwest and I'm already doing research of places to possibly visit ;)
|Apparently this place has awesome drinks (strong ones) with awesome sandwiches|
Check out her blog, she's doing amazing things.
Anyone else going through crazy transitions this week?
|Even though it took an hour to book, I finally booked my flight to Seattle!|
|P-4, my portable classroom where I teach high school Spanish|