Five For Friday - Late Again....

I just finished up my 3rd week of summer vacation (I'm not counting as you can tell.).  This only means that it's time to link up with Doodle Bugs for:

Last week I took a Google class in the city where I teach.  The class lasted for three days; each day included a three hour class.  I included these links provided by the instructor that you might want to check out:

Google cheat sheet

I am thoroughly enjoying this book which tells about a dysfunctional family obsessed with getting their inheritance:
Click on the book to read more at Amazon.

I ordered this book on Amazon:
Click on the book to read more at Amazon.

While I was ordering my new Debbie Diller book, I decided to order these Dansko shoes:
Click on the shoe to read more.

As I get older, I'm realizing that I need shoes with support, and I love my one and only pair of Dansko.  In the fall, I'm always wearing shoes like these, and I fell in love with the plaid and the colors!  Plus, they are really comfortable!

Next week I'm taking a class in Boston: Mapping Boston in the American Revolution:

On Monday, the class takes place at the Map Center at the Boston Public Library in the morning; in the afternoon, we're off to the Massachusetts Historical Society.  I'm really looking forward to this class!

Before the class, I have homework:  write the most important information - other than the Declaration of Independence - that  your students need to know about the American Revolution.  YIKES - I'm just happy when they know why July 4th is so important.  Luckily and hopefully, I'll be able to think of something tomorrow!

Happy Summer Weekend!

1 comment

  1. Your class in Boston sounds really interesting! I bought new LL Bean Mocs last week. They are the shoes I wear almost constantly. I haven't read much for PD this summer yet, but I just ordered a new book too. (The Writing Thief) My 7-year-old daughter is standing beside me and wanted you to know she likes the background of your blog! Have a good week.
    Laughter and Consistency


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