I just got this award from Tori over at This Journey Called Life. Thanks Tori!
The rules of the tag says- I need to tell 3 good things about me and pass the award on! There is no minimum or maximum of how many people I give it to.
Three good things about me:
I am like to lift others up in prayer.
Working with special needs children is the hardest and most rewarding job I've ever had.
I love to sing-even though I can't carry a tune in a bucket. I'm make a joyful noise! :)
So here we go: These are people who go above and beyond when they blog- as the awards states "for beautiful blogs with that little bit extra" Great job all of you!
Today ends Teacher Apperication Week. Teachers are some of the hardest working people I know. I know they've been getting a bad wrap lately. It's sad that a few rotten apples are spoiling the whole bunch. Teachers are educators, parents, secretaries,friend, and so many other other people rolled into one. They never realize how many lives they truly touch. I'd like to tip by to some teachers who made a difference in my life.
Mrs. Adcox-"Mrs. A" was my senior English teacher in high school. She encouraged me to keep writing despite my numerous spelling and grammatical errors. More importantly she saw and nurtured my potential even when I didn't see it myself.
Mrs. Bordelon-5th grade U.S. history. She opened my eyes to how fascinating history is! I am history buff and I owe it all to her. She also taught me the importance of learning from others mistakes so history doesn't repeat itself.
Mrs. Curry-my math teacher. She never got frustrated with me when I had such a hard time with math. She just taught me a different way. I'm disgraphic so I have a very hard time with math. She helped me see that it was okay to be different. That everyone is different in some way or another. It's not a bad thing
Mrs. Broom-High School Home Economics- She taught me important life skills like how to cook and sew. She also taught me what it ment to stand up for what you belive in.
Have you had any teachers who impacted your life? How?
My friend over a 2nd cup of coffee does this meme weekly. I love it. It's so random :) Here are my responses what are yours? You can link link up your answers to her blog by clicking here.
1. What was the last thing about which you procrastinated? getting reports for church council done. I made a lot of easily fixed mistakes by waiting till the last minute to do them.
2. How long does it take you to fall asleep, and do you sleep through the night? I usually fall asleep really easily. However, I wake up a couple of times during the night to go to the restroom
3. Which decade would you choose to exemplify your favorite fashion styles? the 50's. The styles from that decade era are classic.
4. What is your personal best dish to feed a crowd? sour cream and chicken enchiladas
5. Are you an impulse shopper? What was the last thing you bought on impulse? Junk food- skittles, pringles, cheese dip, chips all because I went to the grocery store hungry
6. What is one wish you have for your own funeral? I would like the song "These thousand hills" by Third Day. My all time favorite song ever-at least one of them! :) I hope you like the song
7. If it's true that joy is in found in the simple things in life, what does your joy look like today? Watering my flower
8. What is your favorite type of bread? Before I was diangose with celiacs disease my favorite bread was pumpkin or bananna bread. Now that I have gone gluten free I have not found a bread that I like. All GF beads are really dry to me.
9. What trait do you fear developing the most? (Laziness, greediness, grumpiness, etc.) grumpiness
10. What trait would you like most to develop? Boldness in Sharing God's love with others.
11. Which room in your house best reflects your personality? Why? My office. It's vintage floral wall paper print and lots of color! :)
12. How do you maintain balance in your life regarding, work, family, church, other organizations and activities, and blogging? Often I have a hard time maintain balance. To get everything thing done I need to do in one area. I often let another area go.
What attracted you to the Blogging From A to Z April Challenge? I thought the challenge would be a great way to streach and challenge myself as a blogger
Did you feel intimidated by the Challenge? Oh yeah! I didn't think I would be able to do it.
Did you ever feel like quitting? Yes, when I started not feeling well. What kept you going? The thought of being a quiter. I don't like to quit.
What do you think was your biggest contribution to the Challenge? I don't feel like I contributed at all. I feel that my post were not up to par with everyone elses.
In finishing this challenge, will you be more apt to try other blogging or writing challenges (e.g.--NaNoWriMo)? Yes but I don't know about right now. I am very frustrated with my blog and my post. I need to regroup and get it together.
Do you feel you did your best in the Challenge? Up until my health problems started acting up again. What could you have done better? Stuck to my blog topics and planned ahead.
What did you learn from the Challenge? There are lots of great bloggers out there and that I need to do better or give it up.
Will you be blogging any more now than you used to? I dont' think so. I think I am going back to three or four blog post a week. Quality over quanity.
Arlee, you did an excelent job of coming up with the idea for this challenge and organizing it. I would definately do another challenge you created. Excellent job!