This is what my Sunday nights look like! After Jared goes to work, I spend my evening getting lesson plans ready for the week, editing photos, and sometimes updating my Art Ed blog.
Glue drawings drying on the rack at school. I had to put the papers in at different angles and keep adjusting them so that the glue wouldn't drip on the other papers.
During one of the snowstorms we've had lately, my clock/thermometer blew off the fence and the glass broke. I was sad that it broke but I loved the look of the glass fragments over the face of the clock.
I had parent teacher conferences after school on day 41. Being at school for 12 hours doesn't leave a lot of opportunity for taking pictures! This picture shows a paper sculpture I made in high school that now sits in my classroom. The surface of the elephant is covered with images of human ears!
The second 12 hour school day due to parent teacher conferences. This old typewriter is in the computer lab to show students how you used to type.
Day off of school! Photographed Jared and Boo playing catch. Boo loves to run in the snow and I like to watch the spray of snow that she kicks up behind her.
This is the darn squirrel that keeps eating all my bird food! The bird feeder has been VERY popular this winter.