Tuesday, May 5, 2009

This past week!

This past week has been a blur but a good one!

School Updates!
I have now officially past grad school and will graduate on May 9!!! We got engaged on the second day of school in August and here I am two days away from finishing my entire Internship. I can’t believe I survived it! During the M.A.T. I completed a mock Action Research project, several multicultural projects, a week of PD this summer before school, interned in 3rd grade for 9 weeks and completed a Literacy Case study in that class, moved to 1st grade started research for my Action Research project, conducted my Action Research project, taught a two week curriculum unit, moved to Kindergarten and presented my Action Research. And now I am seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.







Wedding Updates!
Also in this past week Ryan and I got our marriage license, got our passports ready to go, our plane tickets to head out of town, confirmed wedding night hotel reservations, my mom and the wedding coordinators have been to the Country Club to confirm everything. We have finished Pre-marital counseling and will finish Financial Peace University this week. My portrait and wedding programs were ordered this week. Rehearsal dinner invitations have gone out! We are caught up on all the thank you notes! We have picked out the music for the wedding! I have gathered everything we need for that day. Garter, something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue! I am going to start packing this week for the honeymoon because I will be heading to Little Rock a week from today for good until after the wedding! I can’t believe that these past nine months have flown by but I think we are ready to get married!




Prayers!
This past weekend one of my good friends, Kyla Marveggio, father passed away after a motorcycle accident in Texas. Please pray for her and her family because they need all the strength they can get.

1 comment:

darnold23 said...

You have been busy people! Our congratulations and best wishes. Gary and Debbie Arnold