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SOLSC Day 11: Tired!


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Today I am TIRED! I don’t know why. Oh, yeah…I DO know why:

* the computer light shined brightly and I couldn’t fall asleep (husband was working on an issue from his job)

* the dog cried/groaned all night long and I couldn’t sleep (he’s sick, too! Arg!)

* the ringing phone in my ears; I found out right BEFORE my alarm sounded that my daughter had a 2-hour delay today; I did not.

* failing to eat a good breakfast. I was groggy and grumpy and only had time for the essential tasks of getting ready.

* Fog: Too much concentration needed to drive to work!

* Losing both my plan times today to take care of important tasks

* Getting home after 7:00 p.m. We DID have a nice time at dinner — the last night of the Wings sale (49 cents!).

It’s almost 9:00 p.m. now. I’m tired. Good night!


Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

I write about literacy education and my love for reading and writing. My passion is sharing titles I use for school libraries, classroom collaborations, and professional development. My goal is to collaborate, research, and share with other life-long literacy learners. Welcome to my blog!

5 thoughts on “SOLSC Day 11: Tired!

  1. It sounds like your day started out with some bumps. I hope your dog feels better soon and you can get a good night’s sleep. Losing planning times is the pits too. We have so few of them, it hardly seems fair when we don’t get to use our time in the way that would be most beneficial for us. I hope it at least was a purpose that didn’t seem like a complete waste of time. Hope you have a better day tomorrow!

  2. You didn’t mention the great twitter chat that you had last night! Good night! I hope you have a good sleep tonight!

  3. There’s no tired like tired of a teacher, right? It’s 9:30 and I can’t believe I’m still awake – didn’t go to sleep till 11 last night and then had PARCC testing today to tire me out!
    Hope you’re feeling more awake tomorrow!

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