September 27, 2017 in photos and a PSA

If you roll over the photos, there will be a caption.

6:00-7:10 Getting ready for work

7:15 – 7:45 Commute to work

7:45 – 3:45 Work. No photos will be taken of students.

My day consists of planning time, breakfast club, inclusion, lunch duty, and dismissal duty.

Breakfast club is when I pull students for intervention during their breakfast time. Two of my students thrive on breakfast club.

3:45 to 4:30 – Commute home

4:30 – 6:30 – Dinner and Relaxing

6:30 – 9:10 – Taking the Imaginative One to an evening activity – The Wee One was with his grandma.

9:10 And so the adventure is over . . . Tomorrow is a new day!


Now onto my PSA for the night. As we were driving home from the next town over, it was pitch black. Luckily I had on my brights because there were two people walking along side/on the road. They were walking on my side of the road with their backs to me. One was wearing a black shirt. If I had not had my brights on, I would not have seen them. Please be careful when walking at night.

Have a magical day,

Mama’s Losin’ It

7 responses to “September 27, 2017 in photos and a PSA”

  1. It frightens me so much when people are wearing dark clothing and walking in the middle of the night. It looks like your day is filled. I like the day told in pictures. I need to remember to do this one day.

    1. It was 9 o’clock. There are no sidewalks where they were walking.

  2. Getting together a bunch of pictures to illustrate one’s day is clearly an art your the master of.

  3. Love the way you did your pictures!

    Why, oh why? do people think black shirts after dark walking with traffic is a good idea?

  4. That was fun! And a FULL day! And I see a lot of Taylor Swift in that play list and I like it!

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