I’ve been silent on here for nearly two weeks, but it’s been for a legit reason. I’ve been adulting (being responsible and taking care of business like an adult.) And adulting is hard.
Adulting is hard when you started decorating and organizing your classroom a month early, and at the last minute you are still scrambling to get things exactly as you want them.
Adulting is hard when you bury the last of your grandparents.
Adulting is hard when you really want to curl up with a book, but the house won’t clean itself.
Adulting is hard when you are addicted to the written word and want to purchase more books, but the bills must be paid.
But you know what? Adulting is awesome.
Adulting is awesome because, although it may take until the evening before school begins, your classroom will be an inviting place that engages students. Because adulting is awesome, I’ll share classroom pictures soon.
Adulting is awesome because, as an adult, you understand your grandparents lived as long as they were supposed to live and now they suffer no more.
Adulting is awesome because, thanks to a loving spouse, you share the housecleaning responsibilities and both of you are able to engage in your hobbies. Because adulting is awesome, I finished reading a new series which I will review soon.
Adulting is awesome when you and your spouse are blessed to have decent-paying jobs that pay the bills AND allow a little splurging. Yes, I bought the books.
Adulting can be a challenge, but it’s also a wonderful blessing. Now, excuse me
Until the next post . . . keep smiling!