July 3, 2015

Five for Friday 7.3.15

Another Friday? This is the fourth one of my summer break. Time is passing all too QUICKLY! So, what's up for this week's...

 This morning's project: Potato salad for the picnic we are having this afternoon. This is one BIG, HONKING bowl. My family had better be hungry!

 Can you guess the next project(s)? Yep, baked beans and cutting the melon.

 Yesterday my friends and I visited a new ice cream parlor in a nearby burg. Called Heavenly Creamery, the parlor is housed in a refurbished Lutheran church. Some of the pews remain, all of the stained glass windows, and even part of the altar. The best part, besides the hand-made ice cream? The plastic spoon with which you eat. It turns color when it gets cold!

 I took stock this morning. Stop by my TpT Store and see all the NEW and IMPROVED items.

Just a few of the many titles I've read or am reading currently...

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  1. I am interested in the book Ditch That Textbook. I have always felt that the students could learn more through hands on experience than by reading a textbook. You will have to let me know how that book turns out. :)

    That potato salad looks yummy! :)

    I too wish summer would just slowwwww down. It will be gone before we know it!

    Teaching in Bows, Pearls, and Glitter http://bowspearlsandglitter.blogspot.com

  2. Loving your five for friday - hope you enjoyed your picnic!

  3. Your potato salad looks delicious. I've got to figure out what I'm taking to our BBQ on Sunday. Did you read Notice & Notes yet? It's on my to-read list this summer as well. I've skimmed through the beginning but need to get into the actual sign posts. Happy 4th!!!
    Polka Dot Palace

  4. I'm reading Word Nerds and i LOVE it!!! How are the other ones?

  5. You're making me hungry for baked beans and potato salad! By the way....great name!
    Southern Fried Teachin’


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