My alarm went off at 5 a.m., and by 5:10 a.m., I knew that we would have a snow day today. However, my principal called me at 5:30 a.m., getting the staff calling tree started. Here's how the conversation went this morning:

My principal: "Good morning, Miss Murray? Are you already at work?" [insert his laughter here]

Okay, so I'm thinking this is a sad commentary on my life .... I can't be certain, but I feel relatively sure that Carrie will be commenting that, "Yes, dude, this is a pretty sorry commentary on your life ... GO HOME!"


Anna Lee said…
Hey Megan, I hope you don't mind me following your blog. I like your insight in the field of teaching. I've been tossing the idea of being a teacher and I'm always asking fellow teachers I know through my work what about their field.

I miss snow days, but they're nonexistent here in Arizona lol.
Megan said…
Anna, follow away! :) I, too, am a writer, and I love the venue of a blog to hone my craft ... well, one genre of my craft.

Teaching is hard work ... it takes a crazy amount of time ... or I let it take a crazy amount of my time .. but I love doing it!
Anonymous said…
You are right, that is exactly what I would have said....and please tell me you were not already at school!!
Do the dance for me, I am PRAYING for one form tomorrow. Except the kids wnat school so they can have a party. "Who cares about a darn cupcake, stay home!" ~Shanny
Megan said…
I know you well, Shanny. I know you well. :)

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