30 May 2006

Teacher Let the Monkeys Out

School's out, yippee, which meeans I only work three days a week through June and none at all in July! Yippee again! No posts or photos lately as May is a terrifically difficult month at work* (I have no excuse for April, must have been a black hole that month) but now I'll have time.

Matter of fact, I woke up this morning feeling all refreshed and happy, thinking creative thoughts about photos and blogs and scrapbooks and book reviews and housecleaning and oh so many other things. I refuse to acknowledge the fact that come August I'll be bemoaning all the time I wasted on GoPets, Puzzle Pirates, Zoo Tycoon, and various and sundry other games (I'm a Real Arcade addict)--not to mention reading blogs, looking at deviantArt and surfing. Ah, what a glorious summer it will be!

I do serioulsy plan to post a lot more photos on my deviantArt account. I really like how they host photos there and the whole feel of the dA community. I won't be posting as many photos here, unless I think they are just spectacular or unless they are for memes.. (Or are kitty photos, of course!!) So, if you did like my photos, be sure to visit there--and while you're there check out all the great stuff!!

On another note, it was good to see ChastityCatt blogging again! I clicked over there, just on a whim this morning as I was checking my daily links. Hoorah.

Also, my friend Deb still blogs daily with great puzzle blogs. My only complaint is that I can't get blogger at work (silly work has blocked sites!) so I can't do the puzzles at work!
*I am the assistant, jill of all trades, and general dogsbody assigned to the office that tests preschoolers to see if they qualify for Special Education preschool services through our county school system. It's a great job, and I really like it. In fact, if I had not worked in the special ed preschool classroom, I'd say that I loved it. But, I HAVE worked in the special ed preschool classroom, so I know what love is. I LOVE working with special ed preschoolers and want back in the classroom more than only two or three other things in this world. In fact, I'm only waiting on a medical release. . . if (and that's a big if) I ever get that release I'll be rushing in to ask for a transfer so fast they'll think they just got hit by the Millenium Falcon doing the Kessler Run!