Turns out Hurricane Sandy skimmed right passed my neighborhood and we still lost our pool cover, some shingles, and part of a fence. You don't even want to KNOW what happened to my cousin's neighborhood near the beach, or those towns that Sandy landed right on top of.
Good news about Sandy has been: Monday and Tuesday off of teacher-work (well, at least the going in and teaching kind...I've still had my fair share of plan-November to work on at home).
I did get |week 42| and |week 43| of my Project Life completed, though!
I'm all caught up and even December Dailied quite a bit (post to come).
For now, here's |43|...
get your very own sissie. and [shoe shot] stamp at my STAMP SHOP.
Halloween in my classroom
(...and the mayor just told us that SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED TOMORROW for Halloween!!) Oh jeez.
Falling leaves + my two kitty boops = something funny and notable
Friday, October 26th was date night for Tomas and I...we headed three places:
1) to my school's Halloween party where we saw a few of my students
2) Ben's Deli for pastrami, potato latkas, and stuffed cabbage
3) the movies to see Cloud Atlas
Sautrday morning looked like this:
...and little did I know that Sandy would be giving us a 5-day weekend! ;)
It's weeks like these where nothing MAJOR MAJOR goes on that I think Project Life shines the most brightly. It's easy to PL-record a super totally awesome orchestrated photoshoot (see here), but it's weeks like this one, where a silly post-it on a rearview mirror became a whole insert to itself that makes PL so magical, I think.
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For more of my past Project Life spreads, go HERE.
For more on Project Life itself, go HERE.
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