Bestest Blog of the Day: 09/07/2006

A Day in the Life...
This pick comes to us from guest blogger Alessia from "Waiting, Wishing..." Please do support our guest bloggers and check out their blog as well as the winning blog. Side note, this choice is interesting since it is about a teacher...seems like one I would have picked anyway given my current state of mind :-)
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If you like reading teaching anecdotes told with lots of humor, as well as other funny stories, A Day in the Life is the blog you need to read! (Or should I say, the garden you need to visit?)

She is an excellent "gardener" (blogger), and as such, always has "fresh flowers" (recent posts). There's a new bloom nearly every day. It's a beautiful garden, I personally enjoy blogs with an interesting template, it highlights the content and makes you want to read more.

Quilldancer teaches in a school as well as a Sunday-school class, and always has interesting stories to tell about the children, and even better, parents. The class pets vs. parent episode is hilarious.

She also gets confused with employees in Walmart, with hilarious outcomes. She loves teaching, she loves her students, and her students love her, too. She asked them to "grade" her as a teacher, and the lowest grade she got on her report card was a B+. She also has a "Wordless Wednsday", where she posts funny pictures and videos.

So if you haven't already, go to Quilldancer's Garden and if you like it, leave a "bouquet" (comment). Tell her that Bestest Blog and Alessia sent you!


Charlene Amsden said…
I had a very long, tiring day at work, came home tired and grouchy wanting nothing more than food and a pillow -- not necessarily in that order -- and found the post telling me that my blog was Bestest Blog of the Day." I was speechiless -- which for me is really saying something!

Thank you, Alessia and Bobby! And Bobby, I hope you love teaching as much as I do. I can be exasperating, but the rewards are tremendous.
Anonymous said…
How's the week progressing? At least you are on the downside of it now. My mom was a mentor teacher for many years and worked with brand new teachers. Good luck!

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