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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Currently - March

First post of 2015!  I am amazed myself that it has been so long since I have last posted!  I am really pumped that I am not going to be in the last 300's of Farley's Currently this month.  Seriously jazzed about that!

Christina Perri is fast becoming one of my new favorites!  I could listen to her voice all day.  It is very soothing.

I gave a presentation on Friday for our district about reading anecdotal notes.  I haven't given a presentation outside of my school in a while.  It went well!  It is a big relief to have it behind me!!

I am some plans and drafts of future posts, and it feels so good to get back to this little ole' blog.  I have good reasons for being gone so long, but I truly miss it when I am absent from it!

I love in the burbs of Chicago - need I say more?

Umm ....., no it is not Fifty Shades of Grey (been there done that with the whole trilogy - more than once), it is a different series that is similar.  It's such a train wreck, and I ask myself why can't I stop reading this!?!  There are so many other wonderful books worth your time, Amy!  You are better than this!

Spring Break Plans
Nothing in the works now.  I think a "staycation" is just what the doctor ordered.

Thanks Farley, for hosting this every month!  Now go link up!


  1. I totally know what you mean about a warm-up, we're due for one!
    Good, Good Life

  2. I live in southeast Iowa...I understand your winter blues! I'm ready for warm weather, too!
    Miss Johnston's Journey

  3. Hey there! I live in Delaware and would like some warmth too! Right now we are having another round of wintry mix and have another winter storm watch in effect!!!I can certainly relate to you on that one!!! I hope you have an excellent week! Love your blog!!!


  4. First of all what an adorable blog!! So glad I found it through the currently linky!


    Mrs. Stanford's Class

  5. Congrats on your presentation! I get so nervous for those sorts of things - although I don't know why because my 6-7 year olds are tougher critics than my colleagues. I would be relieved to have it behind me too!

    Crayons, Pencils, and Students - OH MY!