Thursday, October 16, 2008

Haiku Friday

Friday Finally
a very very long week
first graders tire me out

Yeah hi out there. I know I've been fairly scarce. I'm still trying to figure out how to teach first graders. I have a feeling this feeling won't change for some time. Yeah....nice, I know. I'm admitting that I know next to nothing. Ok, not nothing. My friends assure me I'm doing great. (thank you friends) It would just feel so much better to feel like I knew what the hell I was doing. Ya know?

And with that I'm out. Happy Friday to you all. We've got a pumpkin patch party this weekend, I have a nail appointment and Mr. Tall works on Sunday. Fun times. Monday takes me to a district math committee meeting. Wish me luck.

8 comments:

Patsy said...

What do I think? I think you are going to do great because you care. You care enough to worry that you aren't doing enough. I did it thirty years and I always worried that I didn't get it right, I could have done more -- but you know what, all but a very few of the kidos I taught graduated from high school and many of those who went on to college and now make more than I ever did. I like to think I played a part in that even if it was just a small part. You are doing great and your students will make you proud -- maybe not right now, but some day. Just hang in there. :)

transplantingme.com said...

1st graders?? i think yikes! i think you'll do great - because you care and want to do it right.

Mariposa said...

WooT!

Yup yup, Friday is here...

Undercover-Princess said...

My guess is that it is something similar to herding chickens.

Jenn in Holland said...

They do wear you out, but, well done, you. And best of luck of course!!

kouji | haiku said...

hope you get some good r&r over the weekend. :)

Mama Mia! said...

Try to get some well needed rest this weekend! And if you need an emergency glass of vino next week, you've got our digits!

ya ya's mom said...

thanks jen, if i actually thought i had time i'd schedule in the vino, but...alas...it's a crazy week! (but what's new?)