Sunday, April 29, 2007

Sorry!!!

Wow didn't realise how long it had been, basically this week has been horrendous and good. Hmm you may be thinking... Well horrendous because some colleagues have really upset me and made me decide to def leave my school and I have spent the week feeling like rubbish and havent been able to be positive at all ( and I knew if I came on here I would moan and didn't want to put you all through that!) but the good thing is somehow I have regained my love for teaching. How did that happen!? Well to be honest I don't know but i am so enthused right now, making great plans for teaching etc and applying for new jobs so basically my reading has been limited to teaching books and I am sure none of you would be interested at all.

I have a Meme still to do and blogs to catch up on but never fear tomorrow shall be the day!

Now housepoints to anyone who can be bothered to go through my post and count the number of exclamation marks I have used! And theres another one! D'oh! Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhh...


p.s apologies for this mad post, I am just so happy to be back in love with my job.

8 comments:

Dewey said...

It really made me smile to see you falling in love again with teaching! I'm glad that you're determined to find a job in a place that can help you hang onto that love! And I, for one, would LOVE to read about your teaching books!

Sam Houston said...

Hooray for you. I hate to see the world lose anymore good teachers and I'm thrilled to see the rebirth of your enthusiasm for teaching.

Dewey said...

Guess what?! You won my drawing for the free book! Come and give me your address so I can send it to you. :)

iliana said...

Sometimes those mad posts are necessary :)
Hope things are more calm this week!

Gentle Reader said...

I'm glad you are in love with teaching again...like Sam says, hate to see the world lose any more good teachers. And hope you have a better week this week.

I don't mind mad posts, we all have them sometimes!

Stephanie said...

I wondered what happened to you!! Even though there are problems with co-workers, at least you know teaching is what you want to do! That's WAY more than 1/2 the battle right there!

a.book.in.the.life said...

Thanks everyone for your really lovely comments, I am busy writing an application form at the moment but plan to start reading The Abortionist's Daughter on the bus tomorrow!
Wow Dewey I will be in touch! I never won anything before:)

Lesley said...

Glad to hear you've rediscovered your love for teaching. It's a special gift indeed to actually do what you love.