I'm going to be honest. Aside from being crazy busy at school, I've kind of been in a teacher-blogging-funk. I log into Blogger every day, see all of the other wonderful blogs that I follow, and I'm feeling a little intimidated. It seems as though most of them are promoting some kind of unit they've made for TpT or a TpT sale or a fill-in-the-blank follower giveaway, and I'm not really doing any of that. I have a teeny, tiny TpT store, but my creations aren't nearly as cute or put-together as everyone else's. I'm not really looking for pity or sympathy; I'm just being honest. I know I'm a great teacher and I work hard, so it's not a self confidence issue (clearly, LOL). I'm just feeling all this pressure to "keep up with the Joneses," but that's really not my style. I just hope that I'm giving back to the teaching community as much as everyone else is giving to me.
What I have been working on (after all my school work and house work, and spending time with my family...you know, all that free time we teachers have) is a little hat making business for kids. I love to crochet and I first got into hat making last spring. I had several friends ask me to make them hats, and with lots of encouragement from the hubs, I started up Baby Ella Millinery.
I'd love for you to visit my FB page HERE.
And I promise to get back into the school blogging business soon! Have a great night!