It's June...Currently

Here it is June already!! The last couple months have flown by. I feel like I spent most of April trying to catch up and May apologizing for being behind. I can't believe the events that have unfolded in that time, and can't wait for things to settle down again so I can get back into blogging like I want to. This week is crazy - we get out of school of Thursday, and the moving truck comes on Friday, so much to do - just not enough time.  Hopefully it slows down soon! Anyway Thanks to Farley for giving me something to blog about!!! Here is what I am doing currently.....

My husband and I think Ireland looks beautiful, but he refuses to leave the good ol, U-S- of A! He is super paranoid that if we ever leave we won't make it back - I say it's to many crazy movies, he says it's just a normal fear???? We have been traveling around Indiana since we are moving there and love Indianapolis, there's a lot to do there! We would like to go to Virginia this summer - I think I've mentioned that my daughter is into retro TV - she loves the Waltons and wants to go see the house the series was filmed in. It's also a beautiful state so that's where we plan to go this summer.

Hope your all enjoying your last few days if your still in school like me! If your already out for summer, then I am super jealous :)


  1. It sounds like you have been crazy busy!! Try and find some time to rest!! :)Good luck at your new school.

    Learning Is Something to Treasure

  2. 1. I totally agree about catching up and falling behind... it was so crazy busy the last few months.
    2. It sounds like you are still crazy busy, I hope you can relax soon.
    3. I love the font you used in your currently. Do you mind me asking what it is?

    BakingCraftingTeaching Oh My

  3. Hey Amy! I just found your blog through Farley and I love the layout. It's so much fun! Your life sounds like me (with the follow behind, catch up, and behind again.) My goal is to not let that happen next year... we'll see. You MUST convince your husband to leave the country at some point! lol. I actually student taught in England when getting my undergrad, it was amazing. I would have LOVED LOVED to go to Irelenad!!!

    Dirty Hands and Lesson Plans

  4. Here's to a successful move! I am glad I found you today. Your bloggy-blog is super cute.

    Kelley Dolling
    Teacher Idea Factory


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