My Most Supportive Bloggy Friend!

I love the idea of showing our appreciation for those who have supported us and was very excited when I read Little Miss Kindergarten - Lessons from the Little Red Schoolhouse's post and saw it was a Linky Party!! I love Linky Parties, there have been several going on this week that I've really enjoyed participating in, and I would love to thank those who have supported me so this is a great way for me to celebrate the first day of 2012 - my first post of the new year with a shout out to a great blogger who has shown so much support over the past few months!

First of all I've had a rough start to the school year being placed at the high school than moved to a split position with half day in the elementary and half day at the high school. I've done my share of blogging (complaining) about the trials I was facing and the way I felt about the whole situation. There were times when I thought this person was the only one who knew I was here!! I would post and wait for comments, I mean I literally watched refreshing the page to see if anyone was reading, I needed some support! Without fail this person would post a very thoughtful comment that would brighten my day and help me begin to look at things differently!  She always encourages me and I feel like we get each other! She's a fellow Michigan teacher so she gets the new legislative changes I've complained about too! When I read Little Miss Kindergarten's post her name popped into my head immediately! So a great big THANK YOU goes out to Holly at Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade for being my most supportive bloggy friend! I really do appreicate your thoughtfulness and taking the time to leave comments on most of my posts - it has made my day so many times!You can check out her blog here
Crisscross Applesauce

I know she would love some comments of her own, and if your not already following her you really should!

Then head on over to Little Miss Kindergarten to see what this is all about!
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10 comments

  1. I have felt the same way too!

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  2. What grade do you most associate with?

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  3. Thank you! I Teach K-1 at the elementary level but they are struggling little ones so it's mostly K stuff we work on and I use the K common core to design lessons from.

    Amy

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  4. Congratulations, Amy!! You are a winner on my Penguin Activities give away!! Send me your email address to rebasutton@gmail.com and I'll email the packet to you right away! Thanks so much for commenting on my blog!

    Rebecca
    Teaching First

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  5. What a wonderful post. Thank you for following my blog. I love reading yours!

    - Lisa
    a teachers bag of tricks

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  6. Oh my goodness...you really made me smile. I don't feel like I comment enough. I have such a hard time keeping up with life...I know you know how that goes, sometimes I wonder what I got myself into starting this blog business...but I find so much support, kindness and motivation...so I can't stop. You are just a sweetheart for doing this. Honestly, I don't know what to say but thanks. So, when are we going to plan a Michigan Bloggers Gathering? We need one of those...wouldn't that be fun?!?!

    Big gigantic hugs to you...YOU support ME!!!!!!

    xoxo

    Holly
    Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

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  7. A Michigan meet up would be so fun!! I think we should do it!!

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  8. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm your newest follower. I'm sorry to hear you've had a rough year...keep your head up & hang in there...we can start counting down to SUMMER together :)

    Color Me Kinder

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  9. I would LOVE to have a michigan meet up!! We should definitely do it!

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