Oh My Glob.

Hello everyone.

This isn’t going to be a very long post, but you know me, I like to update my fellow seschians.

I’m engaged!

As of yesterday evening.

Oh my glob!

I can’t even. I’m not even going to bother trying to write properly right now, because I don’t think it’s possible for me to form full thoughts at the moment. >.<

Is it weird that I’m feeling a bit out of it? Like It all feels a bit “make believe” at the moment… and i’m actually only 6 years old playing families, and i’ll wake up tomorrow and nothing has happened?!

… Okay so that’s a tad on the weirdy beardy side. But I can’t help it! It just doesn’t feel REAL right now! I’m sure i’ll get used to it, it just feels like i’m too young for this, even though i’m 23 and a lot of people I used to go to school with are having babies and marriage, i’m just a little potato. I don’t get things like engagement rings! xD

Anyway, I just wanted to update ya’ll, that i’m on to new adventures and I can honestly say I have a good feeling about this 😉

So sparkly!!

 

 

 

 

Update: time is of the essence!

Hello reader,

It’s been a while, I’m sorry I’m going to have to keep this post brief as I am currently once again getting ready for a full day of work ahead of me.

I feel bad since in a previous post I did say I was going to tell you all about my first week at work, so I will tell you about it briefly now. Hopefully I will be able to post some better things later on (hopefully on the weekend!)

My new job is going strangely and fantastically well. When I got there I was put into a lovely year one class (five to six years old) and settled really quickly considering it was only a four-day week. Everything is going great, I was asked to go and help a year four class (eight to nine years old) as I have been commented on being good with the children and confident. Which is always a good sign. So I agreed to help out temporarily until they employ someone to take over full-time. It’s a shame because that means more disruption to the class next month, however it’s just one of those things. Thus next month I should be able to go back to being in my year one class full-time.  Which I am looking forward to I must admit.

I’ve spent all of two days with the year fours and bonding is already going ahead smoothly. The children are responding well to me and we are getting to a point where they are starting to like and respect me. I feel for the second day – that’s quite an achievement. Especially for the children I am working with. That aside, I cannot wait to make a difference in their class.

I’m spending Monday and Tuesday with my year ones and the rest of the week with the year fours. It’s day three in the year four class today. Time to get myself ready!

Thanks for reading!

I’m going to try and post something up soon – when I get chance!

Until the next time ~

Make It A Great One.

As another year is soon to come to pass, it is now a time of reflection and new meaning to your life. I implore you to think for next year – “dream what you want to dream, go where you want to go, be what you want to be. Because you have only one life and one chance to do all the things you want to do.” (Quote By Unknown)

You create your own story, and as you make your way down the path you have chosen – make sure it’s a great one. Even when things get tough, push forward. If someone tries to knock you down, get back up. If you don’t get it right the first time, try again. Don’t be scared to be completely fantastic.

You have the potential in this life, to do what you need to do, what you want to do. With the right intentions things aren’t always as impossible as it seems. Think about it thoroughly and work for it. I don’t much respect those who have everything handed to them on a plate. It’s important to work for the things you get, it sets you up for the future, matures you as a person and makes you appreciate what you have.

As the year draws to a close, think about what’s important to you; your family perhaps? Your friends? Your beliefs? Or all of the above? It hardly seems probable that only one of those would be important to you… Whatever it is, you can then think what you may improve on for next year – what will make you happy? Be it improving your health, spending more time with someone, making more of an effort in daily things or even working harder at your job. Resolutions don’t have to be tough going. They are personal little reminders of what you feel you need to change. The challenge is sticking to it. Could you do it?

If you struggle this new year I’d like you to keep this in mind:

“This is a time for reflection as well as celebration.

As you look back on the past year and all that has taken place in your life,

Remember each experience for the good that has come of it
and for the knowledge you have gained.

Remember the efforts you have made and the goals you have reached.

Remember the love you have shared and the happiness you have brought.

Remember the laughter, the joy, the hard work, and the tears.

And as you reflect on the past year, also be thinking of the new one to come.

Because most importantly, this is a time of new beginnings

and the celebration of life.”

– Taylor Addison

I trust you’ll have a brilliant new year.

Blessed be

Until the next time~

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