Sunday, June 1, 2014

It's Currently...June! What?!?!

It's been a while. I know it has.
Working in a warehouse leaves very little excitement to blog about.

I could blog about all my ideas and make things but I feel a little stupid when it comes to making TPT products and whatnot.

It doesn't help that by the time I get home from working in the warehouse all day I'm completely shot and just want to spend the day sleeping.

However, I thought I'd make a return with Farley's Currently, because maybe somewhere out there cares what I'm doing about.

I promise when school starts I'll share more about my journey to become a wonderful, fabulous, terrific teacher!

So, here it goes...

Listening: I watched this show at the beginning of high school and I never finished watching the whole series. So I've spent the last few days watching the last ten or so episodes while scrolling though the wonderful worldwide web.

Loving: Jesus has been so great to me lately. After not getting the interim children's ministry director position at my church, things got really awkward because of the way they handled it. Today I went to another church, just to get away, for a break, and it was amazing! One of my friends from high school goes there and he invited me to try it out. I figured, why not? I even made a new friend! Yay!

Thinking: I cannot wait to be a teacher. I love the fun you can have with your students. I love coming up with new ways to teach things. I love the organization that is required, especially with all the paperwork nowadays. I just really love everything that comes with teaching. Getting there may be a little bit difficult, especially with all the things they are putting in place to get a teaching license aside from student teaching and coursework, but working in a warehouse has given me so much time to think and I've realized that teaching is what I'm supposed to do, and I cannot wait until that day comes!!

Wanting: I can literally not stand my job at the warehouse. It's good money, though. I'm sure glad I won't spend the rest of my life there!

Needing: This goes right along with wanting not to work in the warehouse anymore. Everyone is so negative there - I need a vacation! And not just a weekend. We're going to Hilton Head this summer and I am pumped! I get to take my friend and future roommate with me, and it is going to be a fantastic time!

Summer Bucket List: So, the first thing on there is a total joke. Finding someone to fall in love with will happen when it's meant to be. Maybe I've already found that person. Maybe I haven't. I don't know yet. But I'm young and I have years to live.

I have to start preparing for my preschool field experience. I need more "teacher" clothes - suggestions? I should start looking at ideas for lessons, too, probably. I just need to get ready. I cannot wait to be in the classroom!

I'll be back soon! Hopefully I have something teaching related to talk about, too!


  1. It's great that you're getting to do something you're really passionate about soon - I bet you'll be amazing!
    Growing Little Learners

  2. It's so nice to meet you! Good luck!!!
    Love, Dianna
    Sassy, Savvy, Simple Teaching

  3. I think everyone is always in need of a vacation! Hope you get yours!

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  4. I think everyone needs a vacation. I hope you get yours!

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  5. Good luck with your preschool field experience! I did some of my student teaching in a preschool and loved it! Just be excited about what you do, and they will be too! Enjoy! :)

    First Grade Garden

  6. I hope that you never lose the spark, "I can't wait to be a teacher!" I love teaching, but I get frustrated at times because I don't get to do it. Instead I'm testing, conferencing, etc. Good luck with the preschool experience.


    Creative Ideas for the Upper Elementary Classroom

  7. Hi! You have GOT to visit the Preschool Wonders sight for preschool ideas. Truly, she is amazing. May I also suggest starting an art portfolio? We interviewed a young teacher recently and one of the things I LOVED was her portfolio full of art activities that were used to support her writing, math, reading , science and social studies. It might be fun to visit Pinterest for ideas to go with each month and then have some little kids make them with you so you have student samples. Just sayin' it was impressive and made me smile because it was obvious she made learning fun!

    1. I know this is a bit delayed but, if you read my blog I just posted, one of the requirements for my class is to have a Pinterest board designated for that class (the class is part of my preschool field experience block)!