Remember last week when I bragged about my new camera lens? I'm gonna do some more of that. Hope you don't mind. I'm just in love, though. I really can't help it.
This was our Saturday night, plus a few episodes of season two 30 Rock. I love Netflix play now!
And this is the princess dog, being whiny in her chair because we wouldn't let her play scrabble or drink a beer with us. Her life is so hard...
It's been a nice little weekend around our house. In addition to 30 Rock and Scrabble (which, btw, quick little shout out to my wonderful sister in law who bought it for us for Christmas!), J bought his new computer that I mentioned yesterday, and since he hooked it up, I haven't seen a whole lot of him. He is in the process of designing several phone apps, which if all goes well, will make us millionaires. Sounds like a plan, right?
I've spent a large portion of my weekend working on the school yearbook. That's right, in addition to teaching full time and being head of the safety patrols at school (that's another post for another time...safety patrols might just kill me this year), I am also the one and only person designing the school yearbook for 2009-2010. I signed up for this job because I wanted to do something "extra" at school this year, and the nice thing about yearbook is 1) I can do it all at home in front of the TV while wearing my pajamas and 2) It doesn't involve more time with kids. Yearbook is turning out to be way more work than I anticipated. I do enjoy putting the pages together and it hasn't been awful; however things are about to get ugly at school once I begin collecting money for these darn books.
Fun little fact about me: I lose lots of important stuff. Like my Social Security Card and folders full of student work. And my keys...everyday. Oh, and I've permanently lost my cell phone multiple times...
How in the world will I keep up with yearbook money from the whole school. The whole thought of collecting $25 checks from children all over the building has my heart beating faster. I have been working on an organization system, but it still needs some tweaking.
So there you have it. I have poured my heart out about all of my organizational fears. And I shared a few pretty pictures from my faaaabulous new lens. If you read this whole post, thanks for listening to my ramblings!
And come back tomorrow. Last week after my meal planning post, several of you asked where I get my recipes and what I like to cook. I can't wait to share!