Currently: Awesome April!

Happy April Everyone!  I hope you are all doing well and having some sunny weather!  This week my 3rd grade students and I are back in the classroom full-time!  Now it is time to join Anne in Residence for her monthly link-up:


Last weekend I have spent a LOT of time planning for this week.  It is a HUGE change for the kids; they are going from two part-time days in school and three part-time days online to five full-time days in the classroom.  Luckily, the weather looks good for next week so we will be able to go out for recess!


I am craving my first ice cream cone of the season in my favorite flavor:  maple walnut.  I love ice cream, especially when the weather warms up!


Everyone I know these days is discussing the Vaccine.  Which one did you get?  Did you get both shots?  I got the Pfizer vaccine, and I get my 2nd shot this coming Saturday (April 10th).  There seems to be no way to predict one's reaction to the 2nd vaccine.  What was your experience?


I am enjoying being able to use my right arm and fingers.  It has been 5 weeks since my surgery to repair my broken wrist.  I am able to remove my brace when I am in my house and when I am sleeping.  I am so thankful and grateful to write and use my right hand to some degree.  I can lift one pound with my right wrist.  Wow!  I can ride my Peloton and stand up with the brace on, of course.  Last month was full of challenges and successes as far as the arm goes!


I am already preparing for next week.  I have to gather all my materials and lessons.  I find that if I am well-prepared and organized then I can concentrate on the kids' learning.

Well, that is all my news for right now.  I hope all is well in your neck of the woods!  


  1. I am getting my second Pfizer shot on the 12th! And good luck with school! :)

  2. I hope your in person teaching goes well. Here in Canada we are still waiting for our first shots... Hopefully we'll get them soon.

  3. All the planning teachers have done this year for all of the shifting schedules and teaching modes never ceases to amaze me! Hope it is going well for your class. And I'm glad to hear you've gotten your second vaccine dose! It does seem hit-or-miss on who has a reaction, but I believe it's truly worth it either way! No reaction for me from the 1st Pfizer dose, and my husband had no reaction from either of his in January... so we'll see about #2.

  4. I am always craving ice cream these days. I got Pfizer and didn't have too many side effects from either. I hear that more people have worse symptoms from Moderna.


  5. I'm a Pfizer girl! I popped a high fever for about 18 hours after my 2nd shot but when the fever broke, I felt completely fine. Which was wild, because usually when a fever breaks you have the REST of an illness to deal with. I also felt about 100 pounds lighter from having both vaccines behind me.

  6. Oh ice creams sounds so good right now. Specially getting one from an ice cream parlor and not out of your own freezer.

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