Thursday, September 9, 2010

Sadie Rocks!

Last night we had lots of people come by while we were doing the "polkadaisies' thing" and I guess you could say I saved the best for last. My last visitors came by and earned their keep. I must say that Miss Olivia got Sadie motivated and they organized all of my buttons, my ribbon, and my thread. I would have liked it to have been about noon and seen what all they could have accomplished in a day's time. Well, hmm, I might just do that. I think Olivia will have to make a trip to my house again soon! Thanks Olivia! You rock too!

I haven't felt great the past couple of days. I came in this evening and piled up on the couch. I would have loved to have taken a nap, but the kids weren't in to taking a nap. Sadie, however, did try to make me feel better. Look at this luscious tray of goodies she brought me. Ice water, scooby snacks, peach rings, and a reese's cup. Now if that doesn't make a person feel better, this will...
As many of you know, Sadie is in my first grade class this year, which has been a blessing! I was having a bad day at school and was trying to get the students' spelling tests graded when all of a sudden, I got to Sadie's. Yes, I was proud that she wrote all of her words correctly, but I was more pleased about what she wrote over to the side. How stinkn' sweet! Well, atleast it is one of the sweetest things to me. Many of you may be "puking in your mouth" haha, but to me, it is precious! I am so fortunate to be able to spend my days at work with her and have moments like today that I will always remember. Thank you Sadie for taking care of me today!


4 comments:

Brandi said...

I didn't know you were a teacher..awesome!! And to have Sadie in your class, even better! Love her sweet little note. Precious!!

Beth said...

I didn't know you were a teacher either! And that's just about the sweetest thing ever. So sweet of her to write that sweet note to her mommy.

HB Deal said...

Oh my! I 3rd that. Had no idea you were a teacher. That note is the sweetest thing ever. I would cherish that. :)

Becky said...

Yes I'm also a teacher. 13 years and counting. Haha! I have taught reading recovery for the past several years and went back to the classroom this year for a half day while doing RR the other half. Change is always a little stressful, but I am so happy that I am getting to have my girl. Things work out for a reason and this time I am glad they worked out the way they did.