Monday, February 1, 2016

Currently {February}

Currently Linky's with Farley from Oh Boy It's Farley is my favorite, and so is February. 

Listening: I am listening to the Louisville basketball game, and if you know anything about Kentucky, you know you either bleed blue or red. Well I for one bleed blue. My entire family bleeds blue, except my younger brother. He is a Louisville fan and nobody knows why. 

Loving: This week in Kentucky it has been beautiful. The sun has been out, the snow has all melted and the weather has been warm. I think I can get used to this! 

Thinking: I'm thinking that at 9:05 p.m. I could go to bed right now. My mom has been in the hospital and my routines have been all changed around, which has worn me out. Does anyone else get worn out if their schedule is changed?

Wanting: I am wanting some Ice Cream, this warm weather has put it on my mind. 

Needing: I need to grade papers. My mom has been in and out of the hospital recently, which means lots of subs for me and lots of ungraded papers. Midterms go home Thursday, so I'd better get my butt in gear. 

Swooning: Did I mention that I was wanting some ice cream? It might be because I recently found out that Graeter's Ice Cream can be bought in Kroger. Black Raspberry Chip, is calling my name.

What are you up to?


  1. I think we are secret twins. I teach fifth grade, LOVE black raspberry chocolate chip ice cream, and have been loving the warm weather around here! It's been in the 50s for the past few days here in Boston, which is pretty unusual for February. We are more often in the single digits! I also have an unhealthy obsession with Target and sparkles... It's uncanny! :) Enjoy the beautiful weather, and I hope your mom is home soon!

    Caffeine and Lesson Plans

  2. Ooh, I would LOVE some ice cream right about now and it's anything but warm here. I hope your mom is on the path to recovery soon!

  3. Graeter's is the best ice cream ever! Black raspberry chip is my all time favorite!
    Shine on in First Grade

  4. Wishing your mom a speedy recovery! Unexpected good weather always puts a smile on my face, too!

  5. Prayers that your mom gets to feeling better soon. I know what you mean about a change in the routine, it is hard for me to adjust to, too! And it always takes two days to recover from just one day of being out, never mind the one day you have to take to plan before actually having a sub! I'm constantly reminding myself that things take time and I will eventually get it done. There's always something on our teacher to do list!
    Wishing you all the best!