Tonight, we grilled fajitas, veggies, beans, and quinoa. Okay, we didn’t grill the last two, but we made them, nonetheless. With temperatures in the 70s and sunny, it was beyond delightful.
Today, I went to my second glass fusing class, and I learned about the science behind it. Who know science could be so beautiful?
Today, I spent the evening planting some more succulents in some empty pots I found. I think I’ve developed an obsession with these plants!
That’s what Sunday’s are for. These two goofball nieces of mine love to dance. So, dancing’s what we do. Here’s to the next Sunday dance party.
We were supposed to do the Rosedale ride today, one of my favorite bike rides. However, with the rain predicted, the wind, my general fatigue, we elected to stay home. I opted to bike the same distance, but on my trainer. Well, I overdid it. I’ve been too tired to move the rest of the day. Lesson learned…for now.
Today, I taught a lesson on programming to 1st grade. Just when I thought 9th-grade students wiggled, I was reminded of how much a 1st grade student moves. Such excitement!
This hammock is covered in the famous Texas pollen that blankets everything in yellow. Despite my massive allergies, though, it’s still a welcome friend after a long week.
Today, I worked more on computational thinking as it pertains to K-12 classroom. Specifically, I started with HS English, and, then, I worked down to 1st grade. Excitement abounds!
Today, I started a 4-week long class on fusing class. It’s an art form I’ve wanted to experiment with for sometime, and today I took the first step: cutting and firing glass. Who knew how much science went into art?!