I have been blogging like crazy this week! It has been pretty fun linking up with The Teaching Tribune for their Summer Bloggin series. If you haven't checked it out, I highly suggest that you do! There are freebies! I have really enjoyed linking up with them and it's so nice to have the time to blog during the summer. There's still time to download free worksheets and enter my Rafflecopter from my Wednesday post.
I have also been busy working on some new products that will eventually be bundled together in a mega bundle. My goal is to have a set of activities (task cards, worksheets, cut & paste, foldables) for each math CCSS. Here's the first set:
|Click on either pic to get it!|
Wednesday was a crazy day! We had one car at the mechanics to fix the AC (it's been in the high 90's) and then my car overheated while my daughter was attempting to take her sister to her soccer tryouts! She freaked out but it was lucky that she was close to home. I had to call in a big favor from my sis (she owed me one) to take her instead. Sadly, I missed my first summer soccer game. Don't worry, my team survived without me.
I babysat this little cutie for a couple of hours. Man, I forgot how tiring it is to chase/ entertain/ keep happy a baby! I have my moments when I long to have a little one in the house but I think I'm over that idea! The teens are keeping me on my toes in a whole different way than a baby does.
Finally, today is the 70th anniversary of D-Day. My grandfather landed on Omaha beach in the Normandy Invasion on the second day. I know so little of his time as a soldier and it was amazing to hear about it from my dad today. I know my gramps was an amazing man and was so modest about his accomplishments. I can only imagine how he felt as he climbed out of the boat in a foreign land.
Ok, if you're still reading this, you may be wondering about the 2nd freebie, right? Well, I'm offering my new Popcorn Time set for FREE for 24 hours only! Grab your copy and then show me some love: leave feedback, Pin it, follow my store, leave comments, whatever! One more thing, thank a vet today.