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bed rest, workshop, & 14 cows

HEY
I'm back (cough cough)
and boy am I glad!!!
This all started 3 weeks ago when bub got a couple of viruses
and he shared them with me!!!
2 weeks ago
I had fever and a cough
went to the dr
it is a virus let it run its course (cough cough)
use your inhaler, get some over the counter cough med, Tylenol to break fever, and use the neti pot
OK
then 3 days later I was coughing more and more and not able to sleep (cough cough)
back to the dr still with fever
bronchitis... strict bed rest for 2 days
on antibiotics, cough syrup with codeine (knocks me out ZZZZZZ), and Tylenol for fever oh and continue to use the neti pot
I missed both days of our state testing
you know I was sick if I missed STATE TESTING
thank God for great friends and coworkers that covered for me
then feeling better I returned to school on Thursday
half day only
scratchy throat and sore tongue
figured it was because of my excessive cough drop sucking
woke up yesterday
can't talk... super sore throat
go to dr AGAIN
and I won't go into details but I have a wonderful new problem
it is a result of me not sucking my inhaler in deep enough
YAY
BUT all in all besides the new meds that make me want to gag and give me a yucky tummy I am
feeling 80% better!!!
YAY me (cough cough)
I only cough like once an hour now
haven't had fever for awhile
and today I went to a workshop!!!
I felt good!!!
plus I am now just a stomach flu away from my goal wt.
not really but I have lost like 15 pounds


the workshop I wanted to share with you
 was very informative and was a JOY
it was given by Kay Price-Hawkins

she is so sweet!!!

not too shabby looking considering all the yuck I have been fighting
and sorry for the fuzzy pics
I got permission to share this pic and she TOLD me to share her website
GURL.... it has some great resources for writing
If you are unaware of Miss Kay Price-Hawkins
she is a DIAMOND Level Certification Presenter for New Jersey Writing...
now known as Abydos Learning
today's workshop was half a day BUT was packed full of useful info


this is what we made today
OH MY WORD
so gonna make this next year

inside you find this
oh and Merriweather wanted in on the pic

the lapbook is attached to the manilla envelope
to store all your examples... GENIUS

inside the lapbook

more looky lou inside

the name of the work-shop just in case you wanted to know

all of the worksheets needed to create this are found on her web page
along with TONS MORE
TONS
click HERE to head on over to her site
if you are interested in what ALL is in the lapbook you are going to have to wait...
I will be making this next year with my kiddos and I will BLOG BLOG BLOG about it then
so you will have to hold your horses :)

as you can tell the workshop focused on expository
I found a new book I want


it is a great literary picture book that beautifully tells the story of the 14 Cows
it is a perfect book for a paired reading with an expository excerpt about the same thing
click on the pic to go check out the book

well I think that is about it
I told hubs I wouldn't be on too long
and now I am working on being on here almost an hour
not my fault blogger takes a day and a minute to download pics
right?

anyways I am working on an end of the year survey for your parents to fill out
but right now I need to go take more meds... imagine that

toodles

14 comments:

  1. You poor thing!! I hope you are feeling much better now--that is WAY too much sickness for one girl! Looks like such a wonderful workshop. Feel 100% soon!!!

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  2. Oh Farley! I can't believe you have been THO Sick! I laughed at your one stomach flu from goal weight. That is the ONLY bonus to being sick. Looks like you are inspired and that's g-r-e-a-t!!!

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  3. So glad you are feeling better. we are on the OTHER side of the STAAR test and it feels so FAB, doesn't it??? I hope you get over all your health issues and finish these last 6 weeks strong. The lap book and sheets look so wonderful...heading over to Kay's site now. Enjoy the rest of your weekend as best as you can in your medicated state...ha :)
    Barbara

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  4. Ooh! All that sickness sounds so bad! I hope you get all better soon! :)
    ❤ Sandra
    Sweet Times in First
    sweettimesinfirst@gmail.com

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  5. Sounds like we have been sick around the same time! I started with two days of coughing. Then a fever kicked in. I taught one day with the fever because I didn't have warning to get things ready for a sub. I was off work for 6 days and stayed home from April 12 - 22. After I made it through the fever, I went to Urgent Care and found out I had bronchitis. Got some good meds including an inhaler. I went back to work this week and was losing my voice everyday and still coughing. I've been exhausted today and napping. I'm ready to get over this.

    I hope you get over this quickly. I know. It's not fun at all especially this time of the year.

    Sounds like you had fun today and learned lots.

    Diane
    http://theteachersjungle.blogspot.com

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  7. I sure did miss reading your blog. Glad you're feeling better.
    Michele

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  8. Glad you are feeling better!! (love your dress in the pic!!)
    Jennifer
    First Grade Blue SKies

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  9. Hate hate hate that you were so sick! You do look great in your pic and I love your dress!!!! :)
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

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  10. Glad you are feeling better! Okay, goal weight-one of my favorite quotes-love The Devil Wears Prada!! Too funny!


    Laura
    Peace, Love, and First Grade

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  12. Oh No! So sorry you've been so sick! I'm glad you're finally on the mend, and I love the positive attitude (and hilarity) of being one stomach flu away from goal. LOL! I can't wait for you to blog, blog, blog away about the lapbook so we can get alllllllllll the details! Here's to a healthy end of the year for you!

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  13. I read 14 Cows for America for 9/11 to my first and second graders. Then I made a little powerpoint about the Maasai people, and my class was REALLY into it!

    Marvelous Multiagers!

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  14. Oh my gosh, the 14 cows book is too hard to read out loud. It's SUPER beautiful and I love it, but I can't read it out loud without sobbing like a nutter. I do read it out loud, but it is rough!

    Buzzing with Ms. B

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