Skip to main content

I Kind Of Got Side-Tracked

Don't you hate it when that happens?

I've talked about getting side tracked in the past, but I'm happy to report that this time, my getting side tracked wasn't all that bad.

After going back to town to fill up the gas tank (just in case), I came home to clean off the dining room table. (The house is still clean - I promise - the dining room table was cluttered from last night's PTA paperwork. We didn't get home until late and I didn't feel like dealing). I go to put up my marriage license and the kids' birth certificates (I had pulled them out of the file to fill out some new-hire paperwork) and open up the filing cabinet to find a mess.

I immediately pull all the files out and start sorting through them.

I find pictures of the kids two years ago. I find a family picture taken three years ago. I find old speech therapy paperwork for Baby Gurl from five years ago! It is a total memory lane thing.

An hour later, I'm putting much smaller files into the filing cabinet - including the certificates.

And...are you sitting down? Since there were small scraps of paper on the floor where I was working, I got up and vacuumed!

Will someone please check for a temperature?

Until next time...

Comments

  1. You Go Girl!!!!!

    Sounds like you are doing great with the house!

    Keep it up!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thank you. I suspect it has something to do with the books about clutter I'm reading.

    I'll be sure to share them on a post when I get done.

    ReplyDelete
  3. When you're done, you want to come to my house? LOL

    Susan
    http://www.raisin-toast.com

    ReplyDelete
  4. Will you be there to help? LOL You're doing carpets, too...not sure I'm up to all that. [grin]

    ReplyDelete
  5. What time can I expect you? LOLOL..JK. COOL BEANS, IVA!! SO happy to hear.

    Talking about filling up, Hey, not sure about GA, but the governor here in AL has signed a State of Emergency. Serious issues with price gouging. It is $4 here, some places $5. Blessings

    ReplyDelete
  6. I have a friend in E'prise that said her local stations are stopping fill ups at $50. I paid $4.07 yesterday and The Man Beast said it's around $4.15 in Brantley Co (about 30 min away from Ware Co)

    ReplyDelete
  7. Hi Iva!

    Some side-tracks are definitely more productive than others. You got the job done and a little trip down memory lane. :D

    I have the house to myself for 3 hours and I am, at the moment, side-tracked!

    ReplyDelete
  8. Yeah...I've been kind of side tracked again today - although this time, NOT in a good way.

    I'm not giving up on myself though. I'm not! LOL

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Thank you for taking the time to comment. I know how precious your time is and I appreciate you spending a few seconds with me.

Popular posts from this blog

Life as a Paraprofessional vs Life as a Teacher: Part 1

Life as a Paraprofessional vs. Life as a Teacher: Part 3

This is the third part to a 3-part series chronicling my take on the differences between a job as a paraprofessional and a job as a teacher. (View Part 1 here and Part 2 here.)

Let me preface this list by saying that I believe that paras and teachers have the potential to equally rock the education world. They can love and nurture students in a way that only an educator can. They can help students become great.

That said - there are some definite differences between paraprofessionals and teachers. This list is not to say one is better than the other. Rather this is meant as a tongue-in-cheek comparison of how I perceive the differences of a paraprofessional's job and a teacher's job. (And any teacher who has worked as a para or vice versa should be able to relate to my list.)

Paraprofessionals Vs Teachers Calendar Reduction Days – “Yay! I get another day off. Yeah, it kind of stinks that it’s a Calendar Reduction Day, but hey – a day off is a day off!”
Calendar Reduction Days

Work It, Girl {Say Goodbye to Survival Mode}