Linky Party

I'm trying....

I'm really trying....

trying what???

Trying to post more frequently.  I love teaching, and I love creating materials, I just don't have as much time as I'd like because I'm a parent of 2 preschoolers  - ahhhh

Anyway, on to today's post.

I'm participating in a linky party over at "Oh Boy, Fourth Grade".  

If you go over to her  blog you will find instructions on how to fill out the form.

You may not be interested, but if you are, please read below for my explanation of my answers.

Currently listening to Lady Antebellum's new album.  DH graciously loaded it onto my phone recently and I can't stop listening to it.  Great album.

Currently loving two weeks of spring break.  It started today!!!!

Currently thinking about packing for our trip to Cali.  Tomorrow the kids and I are driving to Seattle.  Then we are flying down to Palm Springs to spend time with my parents for a week.  Hubby is staying home to work on more flood restoration in our basement.

Currently wanting an end to our contract negotiations.  Without getting into the boring details, let's just say that being out on Strike for 3 days last week was a bit hard on the finances.  We might be facing illegal job action when Spring Break is over and I'm a bit afraid of the consequences.

Currently needing Sleep and Sunshine - need I say any more?

3 words that start with the first letter in my last name - Farrell
Family - the most important thing in my life
Fun - what my friends (and students) hopefully say about me
Friendship - a huge unit I have been working on at school - I'm sure my family is tired of me talking about it to them every day.

So don't forget to hop on over to
Oh Boy Fourth Grade to join the party!


  1. I just gave your awesome little blog and award. I hope you'll come over and grab it!

    2B Honey Bunch
    The Best Endings

  2. My aunt and cousin teach in thoughts are definitely with you guys. Fingers crossed for a positive resolution to the negotiations.
    Have fun on your break!! I remember when my two daughters were preschoolers...not easy to manage work + family but well worth the exhaustion :)