Friday, January 23, 2009

Started and finished a new book this week ----> look over there. I liked the story, but the last paragraph of the book was just way too predictable for me. It kind of took away from how much I was enjoying reading it.

It's been a busy week--subbing, mentoring a teacher (two visits to the school), paperwork stuff here at home, plus other stuff. I'm kind of in a bad mood today--the reasons are small and relatively unimportant, but there's a damper on the day.

This afternoon I'm pronouncing the words at the spelling bee at school. Since I don't have to be there early to set up (I'm just pronouncing, I'm not in charge of it) I thought I'd plan on arriving about 15 mins before the Bee. Then this morning I realized there will be no parking if I do that. I think I'm just going to park at the school next door and walk over. Better for parking, and I could use the exercise. I just need to make sure I have my gloves. Brrrr today.

5 comments:

danelle said...

Fun. Do you get to wear a special name tag or anything? Maybe barge through the crowd and say "Excuse me, the pronouncer is here" "Make way for the pronouncer please". "You are hindering the pronouncer!"

I love spelling bees.

cb said...

No, but I got flowers.

Cyndi said...

Don't read the last chapter until the last chapter and it won't take away from reading the book, lol. Hope all is well.

Cyndi said...

Oops guess that should have said last paragraph.

cb said...

CP--I didn't read the last paragraph first. I only do that when the book is so suspenseful that I can't wait to find out what happens.