gettin down on friday | Teaching in the Tongass

Friday, November 15, 2013

gettin down on friday

We had Monday off and for the first time in a long time, it actually felt like a day off! We took a little road trip to a nearby beach and, even though it was cold, watched the sun come up. Cheeks had a blast finding shells to stick in his dump truck...he is such a boy. And yes, he's in his pjs. We all were :)
A sweet friend took a snapshot of this for me. I still get excited, even if it is randomly generated :) TpT, you changed my life. 
Mr.Tongass and I are planning on having Thanksgiving at our house this year (a first for us). It will probably just be my parents and maybe my nieces and my younger brother, but I'm super excited anyway. I am not a chef in the least, but I love the other part of entertaining, so this is right up my alley. I found these a few weeks ago (I'm a vegetarian), and they are soooo much better than the Tofurkey or Quorn roasts that I've had in the past. My husband (not a vegetarian, but not afraid of faux--meat products---we call it "feat" haha) will be deep frying a turkey.  I went back to get more (there are only 2 per bag) for Thanksgiving, but they were all sold out already! If you're a vegetarian, you might want to keep your eye out for them! 



  1. Loving your new frames, but absolutely LOVE the picture on the beach. I wish I could take pictures like that! Precious!
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

  2. OH what a fun day at the beach! I love that picture, too. How nice to live near a beach. Ahhhhh. Your frames are wonderful! Happy Weekend!
    Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together

  3. Those frames are so cute! Love them! And the beach looked like fun!

    The Land of I Can

  4. Super cute frames!! You are really creative!


  5. I can't wait for a day that actually feels like a day off - I wonder what they feel like!

    Teaching Maths with Meaning

  6. The frames are great! We haven't had a day off since Labor Day so I'm really looking forward to Thanksgiving break!

    Always an Adventure in Kindergarten


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