Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Currently July

I have wasted June, so I am determined not to waste July. 

Linking up with Farley to get the month started off right! 

Listening: I am such a bad stay at home mom. Summer is hard for all of us. 

Loving: I was without a washing machine for a month and a half. It wasn't horrible at the laundromat, but I am glad to have a new washing machine at home again. 

Thinking: Since we made no plans this summer, I am being super lazy. 

Wanting: No explanation needed, right? 

Needing: I need structure in my life. I better get organized and make this month productive. 

4th plans: My hubby will be off, which will be nice and we'll head over to some friends house and have some fun with them. 

My blogging friend Angela is having a great T-Shirt giveaway, be sure to jump over for a chance to win. 
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  1. There is nothing wrong with being lazy! I've been too busy this June and actually WANT to be a little lazy in July :) Hope the 4 year old has stopped crying by now ;)
    Tales of Teaching in Heels

  2. I keep making new lists daily...and they never get done! I'm all about a lazy summer!

  3. I always need lists to get anything accomplished! Have a great summer!

  4. I hope you are enjoying your laziness this summer, teaching all year merits it I believe!

    Teaching Teens in the 21st!

  5. THANKS so much for the shout out about the t-shirt giveaway! Oh boy, do I hear you about structure in your life. I am so lazy, that I put the ZZZZZ in that word! I am trying to force myself to run the sweeper today... trying!!!!

    Happy Fourth!

  6. I knew I was a real adult when the bf and I got way too excited about our new washer and dryer. Appliances make me happy. There! I said it! :)

  7. I am right there with you on this being the laziest summer so far, except for the whole summer school, I keep arguing with myself to just wait and do school things until August or try to squeeze one day a week in. Enjoy your summer!

  8. I totally understand! (My 4 year old is screaming as I type.). Hoping for a productive summer too, but realizing that it probably won't happen! Love your 6th grade blog style. I'll be sure to stop by more often! - Kate's Classroom Cafe