5 for Friday

I didn't get much done in the classroom this week considering I didn't have school!! This gets me started on my first point... 
How bout' that snow folks?? I believe when it was all said and done, we received around 15-18 inches of snow since Sunday.  Cuhhrazzaay!! I have to say, I have enjoyed the time off, playing in the snow, catching up on day time television, etc... I miss my kiddos though! 

Here is the view of my street. Crazy huh?? And we actually got a little bit more throughout that night and the next day! 


My assistant principal, neighbor, and friend. We took advantage of the beautiful snow, and we decided to go sleigh riding! :D


Okay.. so you know those people who cook then post like every picture on instagram?  Well if you don't know a person like that.. now you do.. because I have turned into one. During this snow, I have gotten creative with my "clean eating". I have found all sorts of neat recipes on Pinterest.  Boredom set in.. check them out! :) 



Granola with almonds, strawberries, & bananas for breakfast. 


Oatmeal, organic peanut butter, chocolate chip cookies.


Honey Quinoa Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
3 Ingredient Ice cream: bananas, cocoa, peanut butter.
Clean, flour-less brownies. (Bananas, cocoa, peanut butter, maple syrup) 
Two words: Rubik's Cube!
Yes.. I did this. Never in my 29 years have I been able to do this without peeling off and replacing the stickers lol.. Thank you Snowmageddon. 



Okay.. Now for something teacher related. 
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That's all folks.  I didn't have too much teacher information to share this week since I have been stuck in the house, but I am glad to have gotten to share my week with you! Stay warm, friends! :) 


4 comments:

  1. I love your food pictures! It all looks so good :) I am in TN and we have had more snow than I think I have ever seen! I can't imagine 15-18 inches...holy cow!!!

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    1. It is the most snow I have ever seen!! Craziness!!

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  2. I did a little stalking to see where you are in West Virginia. We traveled to Snowshoe for about 12 years straight when my kids were little. It's a long drive from Alabama, but we loved going there to ski! Now, whenever I see snow going across your state I think of the resort! Love your food pictures!
    Carol
    Teachers Are Terrific!

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    1. Hey Carol.. We are quite a distance from Snowshoe. I have been there once. So much fun! You will have to journey to West Virginia again to check out the ski slopes :) I love your blog, btw. I followed you on Bloglovin! Looking forward to seeing more about your science instruction!

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