December 8, 2012

All About Me is finally ... almost ... done!!

Hi Everyone!

I am sorry at the lapse of time it has been since I lasted made a blog post! Between being done with my long-term subbing gig and trying to find a new one, it has been a stressful time!

But I finally found a new counseling job (More on that in the next post) so that has lowered (or increased I am not sure) my stress level. I also went back to my old job which as at least given me some money.

I finally finished my all about me book, with the exception of three pages because I cannot for the life of me find the rest of the cutouts that I already made.

Here are the pictures of all the pages. Obviously I put paper over the personal information I do not need the entire world to know. Although, those middle school pictures are pretty rough to be showing the world wide web!

Here we go!

Every good book must have a table of contents.

Here is where the graduate school page will be when it is done!

This one was really hard to put up. As of last Thursday (12/6), Sadie is no longer with us. :-( But she lived a good, long life! And she was a great dog for our family!

Here is where my favorite books page will be when it is done!

The final page will say something to the effect of, "Now that you know all about me, I want to know all about you!"

Hope you all enjoyed the final pages! It has been a long time coming!

In my next post, I will talk about my new counseling job as well as put up some pictures of my new "office" before I have decorated. A later post will have the final product up!

Question for the day. Does anyone have any good lesson planning books for small groups on social skills and anger management? They should be groups that will get results since my new job is going to be completely data-driven. More on that later!

Hope you all are having a great weekend. We are supposed to FINALLY get some snow tomorrow! Whoo hoo!


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