Happy February everyone! One thing I look forward to each month is Farley’s Currently series. I just had to link up again:
On Saturday mornings we are pretty low key around here. My husband has been very good at giving me time to work on school related projects. Sometimes I can have a TV show or movie on in the background, but I have found that country music is easier (and less distracting).
I live in Washington (aka Seahawks Nation). The excitement around the Super Bowl is pretty intense. We had a spirit day on Friday and I think only 1 or 2 kids in class didn’t have Seahawks gear or colors on. It was incredible! I received a very thoughtful gift from a student on Friday. My sweatshirt was beginning to get snug around my baby bump so now I have something new to wear for the Super Bowl!
Megan created such a fabulous new blog for me. I figured with a new look it was time to branch out and join the Facebook world. It’s a scary endeavor since I don’t know what I’m doing, but something that I want to try. You can click the image below to head over there.
I have been slaving away at updating all of my Magic Tree House packs. I have new covers, new page borders, and added new content to each and every pack. I should mention that I created packs for the first 28 books in the series (bundles and previews, too). No wonder it seems like a daunting task!
My daughter was invited to a birthday party today. We bought the present weeks ago, but I need to finish wrapping it before we head out to the party.
2 Truths & a Fib
I’ve played this little game on a blog post before so I tried to pick new things. Can you guess which one is the fib?
I finished up a new book companion for Vikings, which is the nonfiction companion to Viking Ships at Sunrise (book 15 in the Magic Tree House series). I also created a bundle of the two resources. Click on either of the links below to learn more.
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