I’m at Teachers & Twits Today!

I’ve been blogging for a while now and I’m consistently inconsistent. My plan is to start blogging more regularly; I find it helps me maintain my sanity. However, one thing I’ve been doing consistently ever since I found Renée Schuls-Jacobson’s blog Teachers & Twits is reading it. She is fantastic – makes me laugh, cry, and think. I tend to read her posts while drying my hair in the morning. And while I love Renée, she has been solely responsible for some pretty bad hair days.

So, it is with no small amounts of blogging awe (nerdy giddiness?) that I’m linking to her blog because today I’M HER GUEST BLOGGER!!! Me, she of the inconsistent posts and bad hair.

Please click on her picture below (I know, I know … she’s beautiful and smart) and comment at her place. Her place! Because that’s where I am!! (Have I mentioned that Renée has some of the best discussions in blogland in her comment section?) 






2 thoughts on “I’m at Teachers & Twits Today!

  1. I hope those poor starving children have been fed! I’m glad you have light moments at work, a little silliness goes a long way sometimes in making the world a better place. I enjoyed reading about the “gourd” that went missing, and glad no one was harmed in the process–except those poor kids, scarred for life, no doubt. 😉

  2. I am a big fan of Renée Schuls-Jacobson’s blog Teachers & Twits. She is an incredible writer and hilarious. Did I say hilarious? Love her stories – especially the posts about her son going to camp this summer. I hope to be Renée Schuls-Jacobson some day. DId I say that out loud? Seriously, she is one of the best bloggers out there in my opinion.

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