First up, I have to share what Kaci, from Mrs. Hoffer's Spot, made for me for our Okie Blogger Meet-Up:
It's a sticky note holder! Love it!
The food was also spectacular, although I was the only little piggie who actually finished my cheesecake! But, in my defense it was Dutch Apple Pie Cheesecake. As a responsible person of Dutch descent it was my duty to finish every bite!
Here's a picture of the three of us:
Oh, I have to borrow a phrase from Miss Squirrels at this point: "What the Heck?!?"
Yes folks, that is a llama in the backseat of that car. A live llama, in the backseat of a car driving down the highway after the Blogger Meet -Up. I am still trying to figure out how they got it in there, and then how they got it to lay quietly. And boy, it is ever creepy to look down at the car next to you and see a llama staring back!
Next up, what my daughter made for me for breakfast this morning:
Omelet with stuffed peppers, coffee and breakfast shake. If your child is thinking of a culinary career, encourage them! Then maybe you too will get yummy breakfasts in bed for no reason!
I have to admit, I did not do much making this week. I have been working on my behavior clipchart and it's finally finished! I made two different versions, just because I couldn't decide which one I liked better.
Here's what my daughter made me:
Isn't he cute? He's made out of a toilet paper roll, yarn, beads and some felt scraps we had left over from another project. She decided to make him all on her own - just cause she loves me :) I think I won the daughter lottery - she's creative and she can cook! Seriously, she's a big help in the classroom - she's my go-to- helper for classroom set-up and organizing. She also helps with my dismissal procedures because she usually gets off the bus about 10 minutes before my school day ends - so she comes down to my room and helps hand out papers and planners and entertain the troops for the last little bit!
Okay, here's my justification for linking up. I know it's not much, but I made it and that's a miracle considering how busy this last week has been! I made this simple sign with a variation on the popular "We do" word art. I had a ton of fun going through all my different fonts! Then I cut a piece of scrapbook paper to fit into my printer, printed the words directly on it and put it the frame. A little mod podge to stick my little monster to the front and voila! a fun "We do" sign that fits with my decor!
By the way, my bloggy buddy Jeannie from Kindergarten Lifestyle is having a 1000 follower freebie frenzy! She's got a ton of freebies for you - including one from me :) Head over quickly though because at the end of the week she's pulling the plug and those freebies will be gone!