Hey guys! I am a huge fan of Sarah’s Monthly Memories posts, where she shares memories from the past month. This has inspired me to do one of my own. Before you read this, be sure to check out Sarah’s post! Also, check her out in general, she’s pretty awesome 😀
Back at the beginning of this month, I went out and bought some makeup goodies that I’d been eyeing for a while. All of which I still use on a daily basis, so I’m glad I got them!
I also wrote letters and postcards for some blogging friends around the globe, and it’s insane to know that it’s now in their hands! It makes me feel so much more closer to them, even though they’re still on the other side of the world!
The biggest thing of course this month, is that we’ve moved! We are now in our new place and have, for the most part, got everything how we wanted.
Part of moving further out from town, means adjusting to rush hour. Both going into town in the morning, and coming home at night. Considering it used to be a less than 10 minute walk..it’s an adjustment having to sit in traffic for 30-45 minutes each way. But hey, it could be a lot worse!
We hosted some family for dinner one night. The first time ever. We made roast chicken with potatoes and veges for the main, and carrot cake for dessert! We also got placemats and everything, it was nice to host for the first time!
Also, I’ve just gone and bought a DSLR camera! I took out some books from the library, and I’ve been reading articles online. The quality is a lot higher than my current phone, and it’s nice to have a bit more manual control on my photos! I’m still very much an amateur, but I’m excited to keep learning more!
Work wise, I’ve been busy. We haven’t had any new bubs come on board, so everyone is pretty much settled. Doesn’t make it any less crazy though, we all have good days and bad days. I’ve also been attending a workshop Thursday evenings all about schemas. It’s another lens to look through when it comes to children’s learning. It’s been very interesting, and given me lots of readings and things to reflect on. Also, next month, we’ll have a student teacher coming in, and I’m her associate teacher! It’s just very exciting for me to be given this mentoring opportunity. I’ve been teaching for 2 and a half years now, so I feel like I know what I’m doing, and it’ll be nice to be on the other side of the mentor/mentee situation.
That’s pretty much my September month all wrapped up in one post! What’s something that stood out for you this September?