Monday, August 20, 2012

mishmash monday

I was uploading photos of last year's students to get developed so I can hang them on my bulletin board, when I came across this one:
Two more weeks of blissful freedom before I have to go back to the big brick building in the hood.

10 comments:

Diana said...

enjoy!! I went back last week. Kids come back tomorrow.

Dawn said...

Fudge Strips are very worthy of a photograph. Enjoy your two weeks of bliss. I'm sure the kids will be glad to see you back. Doubly sure Oreo and Chewy will not want you to go.

Reilly / Denny Cowspotdogs said...

The Keebler elf is one of your students :) :) :)

Lassiter Chase and Benjamin said...

Mommy says the closest she ever got to getting cookies from a teacher was in COLLEGE!!!! In college, Mommy had this teacher who was famed as never giving a student an "A" on an assignment. The professor said, as an incentive to the students -- if you can get an "A" he will give you a chocolate bar. Apparently, chocolate WAS a good enough incentive for Mommy. She totally rocked her report, used clip art, and her powerpoint presentation (that went along with the report) had sound effects and everything. The teacher was so impressed, gave her an "A" and taped a KitKat bar to her report. The teacher asked Mommy can he keep her report to show future students what an "A" paper should look like -- Mommy said, "Sure, but let me have my chocolate bar first!" So, Mommy slipped out the Kit Kat chocolate bar from the wrapper. The teacher kept her paper with the empty Kit Kat bar wrapper taped to the report -- to show future students -- it is possible! I bet if there were cookies involved if she took one of your classes, Sara, -- Mommy would be an A student in your class for sure!!!

Sara said...

Yes, bribery works very well with some students!

Last year, I had a group of students who wanted me to bring in veggies and dip (but only ORGANIC veggies). Really? Veggies are better than rice crispy treats? Weird kids these days.

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

my "now retired from 36 years of teaching" husband would appreciate this! Enjoy the final days at home xoxo

Priscilla said...

That looks yummy! We don't have it here and I am trying my best to imagine how yummy the fudge strips are now!

Rosie's teachers always bribe them with chocolate and they always look forward to Easter, Christmas, and of course the term end too : )

Chris and Ricky said...

Seems like summer went by faster than ever!

houndstooth said...

Enjoy your last two weeks! They always go by so darned fast, unlike the two weeks before school is out for the year!

Kathy said...

Ummmm cookies!