I took the day off today. It was one of the best decisions I have made in a long time. Both of the courses I teach finished their content for the year last week and my AP kids had their exam. I barely survived. Many days over the last 8 months I have looked a lot like this:
Frazzled and more than a little stressed, but trying to pull it all together and keep smiling. There have been countless breakdowns, tears and sleepless nights (not to mention the 5+ pounds and numerous gray hairs I've gained from stress) this school year. However, I can now see the light at the end of the tunnel since we only have 12 more school days. Hallelujah!!!!!
I celebrated my day off by staying up incredibly late last night reading and then sleeping in until almost 8... just because I could. Heavenly. And when I finally did get up and out of bed this morning I found this on our bathroom mirror:
Made my day!!!! The Hubs earned some major brownie points for that one.
I spent the day tying up loose ends around the house, running errands and renewing my license at the DPS. Not especially exciting, but incredibly relaxing. All of that time spent waiting for them to call my number to get my new picture taken gave me even more time to read. And the best part of the day - no one asked me any questions! The teachers (and moms) out there know what I mean.
To wrap up such a great spring day I needed a delicious, light dinner. A spinach and arugula salad topped with roasted pecans, red onion, fresh goat cheese, roasted salmon, sliced strawberries and a balsamic vinaigrette fit the bill quite nicely.
YUM! Perfect way to round out a perfect day.