Covid Classroom

As I sit here, staring at my 32 inch computer monitor listening to 2020 Covid-19 Classroom Procedures I feel like I’m in the twilight zone. Washing hands on the hour, TVs in the lunch room because there is NO talking, and realizing that come September 8th my room won’t be filled with little humans bustling with excitement – instead I’ll do my best to share … Continue reading Covid Classroom

Humans Need Humans

*I preface this post by saying go listen to “People Need People” by Maddie & Tae, preferably while you read through this. I had planned on posting my Dill Egg Salad today but things changed. Isn’t that something we are all too used to these days… “things changing”? Mental health has been a high traffic topic of discussion lately and for very good reasons. It … Continue reading Humans Need Humans

Cue the Covid “Honeymoon” Phase

December 28th, 2019 – Shane and I had just returned from our honeymoon CRUISE, yes, I said CRUISE. We quite possibly could’ve been one of the last cruises that wasn’t affected by Covid-19. You could say we were definitely on a “honeymoon” high – recently married, new house, new jobs… life was good. January hit and we were finally getting into the “flow” of everyday … Continue reading Cue the Covid “Honeymoon” Phase

Back to the Basics

I guess this is the “everything else” I was talking about. This is what yesterday looked like – I didn’t get out of my pj’s all day, and they weren’t the “cute” Instagram worthy pj’s either. They were my favorite llama shorts, my dads old stained t-shirt, and my snowflake socks. To be honest, I barely even made it off the couch. In fact, I … Continue reading Back to the Basics