November is almost gone . . . weigh in is tomorrow morning
Friday, November 30, 2012
When I got up this morning I saw a number I have not seen in a LONG time - it started with a TWO - so, I MAY possibly be making my goal when I weigh in tomorrow. Tonight I couldn't resist looking to see if I was still there and of course it is NIGHTTIME and I was NOT there. Fortunately, I really am starting to see the possibility that I MAY actually be under 300 pounds. I am close enough even though it is NIGHTTIME that it is starting to look like it MIGHT possibly be REAL.
Okay, enough of that nonsense.
Today wasn't a bad day. The student I have mentioned before was less agitated and self abusive and actually participated in class today. The SNOTTY noses were as bad as they have been all week - all of us adults are probably incubating a whole host of germs and nasties brought as lovely gifts when the kids sneezed on us, touched us, and germed up everything in the room. Sorry, I HATE SNOT. I don't normally worry too much about germs and stuff but I not only HATE SNOT, but I ALSO LOVE my kids and HATE that they feel crummy when they are sharing SNOT. There SNOT much I can do about it.
I am tired. I am going to the women's breakfast at church tomorrow morning. We will be cleaning the Christmas candle globes, and the decorations starting to get ready for Christmas. We are also going to be getting a whole truckload of stuff together for the victims of Sandy. It will be a busy day.
I will probably get some veggies and fruit tomorrow even though Ed goes shopping on Monday. I HATE not having any in the house. I got a mileage check for a conference I went to back in October. I wasn't sure I was going to get paid my mileage because in between Special Ed directors, the message that the county was responsible for the traveling expenses and my travel request came back with a note from the NEW superintendent saying - Let the STATE pay for the mileage. Since the school year started, we have gotten a new superintendent, a new Special Ed director, and my principal had a heart attack so I am not totally certain about much of ANYTHING related to my job. Anyhow, it was nice to see that check in the mail - NOT going to be RICH but a 600 mile trip cost a lot and NOW is going to pay the annual tax bill.
Talk to y'all tomorrow when I won't share any SNOT stories with you.
The weekend is here and it is now time to relax and take a break.