It rained all day long. From the time I got up until the time I got home. It may still be raining now. Of course the heaviest was after I backed out of the garage and drove to school. Just poured down...then between the car and the building. I am so glad for that London Fog raincoat with a hood! I carry a purse and a bag filled with a book, my current knitting project, regular playing cards, Uno, Scrabble Slam, and a set of dominoes...think I've mentioned that before...just in case the teacher didn't leave any work...or not enough.
First period...had a student with an attitude at the very beginning of class. She didn't get any better. After a back and forth to the office, I sent her the second time. She is now in detention. Hopefully she won't try to convince me again that as a freshman she has an empty class slot, and that she's not who she really is. I sure wish that they would leave their attitudes at home!
Thanks for all the wonderful comments full of envy and jealousy. Yes, my friends, I can read between the lines! LOL I am having a blast with my new floor and chair. Tomorrow I plan on sorting through the last of the things on my guest bed and do a bit of quilting.
Sam said that he was going to do a cardboard mock-up that would represent the height and size of my requested cutting table to make certain that it was what I wanted. Silly man.
Another of my comments pertained to a post on Christmas Eve when I made gumbo. http://keepyouinstitches.blogspot.com/2009/12/cooking.html
I use Tony Chachere's wild shrimp caught off the coast of Louisiana. Cindy wrote:
Thanks for buying wild caught Louisiana shrimp!
Now, how neat is that?!