Greetings My Peeps!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Greetings everyone!


I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving.  I hope you are able to spend it with your loved ones.  I wish I could be completely happy with this day, but I can’t.  In a few hours people are going to be trampling each other to spend money that they may not have on things that they don’t necessarily need.  I’ve never been a big fan of Black Friday, but some businesses have already started their sales.  Why?  And more importantly, why are there people who are willing to put aside spending time with their families to shop?  Weren’t you just saying how grateful you were for the things you have?  It doesn’t make sense to me.  Oh, well.

Either way, have a wonderful Thanksgiving and try to not eat too much turkey.  Ha ha

Greetings My Peeps!

So Sweet

Yesterday, I was helping a few kids in my class find words that matched their suffixes.  We were just about finished when somehow we ended up talking about Supernatural.  Don’t ask me how but we did.  It did help to relieve my confusion about why they were talking about demon possession at lunch.  No really….they were discussion possession.  Thursday they were talking about Santa.  Ha-ha.  So back to the story.  One of the students made up a sentence about the President and another said that if that student was to ever become the President, he would leave.  I, of course, told him that was mean and then I said that going to another country isn’t always a bad thing.  I told them that I was planning on becoming a teacher in another country.  It’s a great opportunity and sometimes they pay well or help cover some costs.  All four of them got real upset and one of them said, “No, don’t go.  You have to stay forever.”  He looked like someone had run over his dog.  It was too precious.  I quickly assured them that I wasn’t leaving anytime soon and we were able to finish our work.

Sometimes kids can be so sweet.

Greetings My Peeps!

Touching Base

Hey guys!

Sorry that it’s been so long since I updated.  Things have been busy.  I’ve been looking into the tests that I need to complete to get my teaching license.  The first round of testing is pretty straight forward but the second half…well it’s a little confusing.  Oh well.  I am excited for Thanksgiving however.  This year it will be just me and my husband; something we haven’t had in a while.  This year we are roasting a duck.  Luckily, a lady that I work with told me that I would be able to get one at a farmer’s market in Wake Forest.  Unfortunately, they didn’t have a whole one.  We ended up getting a breast and thighs separate.  It was a little pricy, but my husband has been looking for duck for a long time.  The farmer’s market was small but it had a lot of stuff.  I now have a place to get lamb and rabbit.  Now all we need to find is veal.  Just to be clear, we don’t eat these things all the time, but they are nice from time to time.

I’m still working on the outline for the second book in the Guardian Series.  The Lost Guardian is still scheduled to be out in March, but if things keep progressing the way they are, then it might be out a little sooner.  We’ll just have to see.  I’m super excited though.  I never thought that I would reach this point.  But now that I have, I’m a little scared.  This book is my baby.  It’s my first and to put it out there for the world is terrifying.  So many thoughts are running through my head.  What if no one likes it?  What if they do?  I have made myself sick worrying over it.  I hope that once it’s all said and done with, it will be alright.  But I have to wait a little longer to find out.


Till next time!