August 6, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Reading Interruptions

It is time once again for...


I'm not really complaining, but this happens every time I try to read no matter where I am. Right now, I'm reading, or attempting to read, Whole Brain Teaching for Challenging Kids by Chris Biffle. Good thing, right? I've got a challenging kid (sort of) of my own.


Does anyone else have interruptions to her/his reading?

Don't forget to hop over to Miss DeCarbo's blog, Sugar and Spice, to see more Wordless Wednesday posts. I always look forward this fun linky each week!

Something else that I look forward to is...


I hope that you'll return tomorrow and link-up your PURR-fect past posts, pics, and pins. I'll be sharing shopping finds for my TBT post this week. I wonder what you'll share!?!?!?!



7 comments:

  1. LOL my cat does that ALL the time. In front of a book, my computer, papers I'm grading. Sometimes he even lays down right on top of my face! Silly kitties! :)

    Sarah
    A Sunny Day in First Grade

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  2. Ha, ha serves you right for daring to want a bit of peace and quiet!! I'm sure cats think we are only put on this planet to stroke them - mine would be doing the same in fact in order to read the newspaper earlier on I had resort to shutting them out in the garden as even the door kept getting opened today so they could jump on my knee!

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  3. Oh yes, I can identify with your interruptions! I have a bign orange furball and he loves to be right where I'm working. I always find a little fur on my stack of papers or laminating.

    Learning at the Teacher Table

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  4. One of my cats ALWAYS interrupts me! Or my 9-year old boy or my husband just has to tell me something. Or the puppy needs to go outside. It's a wonder I've finished a book lately. ;)
    - Kelly :)
    Mrs. Campbell's Kids

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  5. Happens to me all the time, except it's in the form of a crazy two year old!! I'm trying to get through "If I Stay", but each time I pick it up my daughter takes that as her cue to want to play!

    Jamie
    Drop By...
    Life As I Know It

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  6. My puppy always wants to play... especially when I am working or reading. I can't help it though. I just love her! I hope you were able to get some reading done. It sounds like a great book!

    Mary
    Fit to be Fourth

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  7. My boys are notorious for interrupting me! Our dog will do the same thing, often dropping his ball on what I am working on! Silly boys!

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