Now, this has been a holiday weekend of broken promises...I know, I know...
I promised to finish the game of "TAG"...haven't done it. I'm just a really slow runner and then I forgot I was tagged and I still haven't made it back to base!
I promised to get my game ideas loaded into "Free Printables"...haven't done that either. ::hangs head in shame::
My kidults were home (and I spent some money), I've stalked Pottermore (it STILL hasn't opened! AARRGGGHHH!!!) , I've planted my garden ( of which I am so proud!!), and I've cleaned out the fridge (finally...ick!).
I have reached 100 followers!!! Yay!!! I'm so excited...nothing else matters at the moment!!! I am so very grateful that at least 100 people/educators find my blog interesting and helpful! This has been one of the best personal decisions I have made. Blogging has opened up a whole new world for me. I have (inter)met so many people! I have learned so much from all of you! And, this has challenged me to think up new ideas and put them into action for my quarters. Because I feel accountable to my followers, my teaching should never go stale!
So...as a big "thank you", I am giving away TWO small gifts.
One winner will receive a $10 online gift certificate to Teachers Pay Teachers to use as you wish. A different winner will receive a $10 gift certificate to Amazon .
Since I do not sell things on Teachers Pay Teachers, I hope this gift will encourage you to buy from all of the wonderful educators who do have things to sell.
Here are the rules: You must do 2 of the 3 choices below and then comment and tell me which ones you chose. Be sure to leave your email address as well!
1. "Like" Confessions on Facebook.
2. Become a Confessions follower (if you aren't already).
3. Follow Confessions on Twitter.
Please be sure to link back to this post on your blog, if you have one! I will use random.org to choose the winners on Thursday at 8 CST.
Again, thank you so much for being a fan!
A quote is in order...(not Potter, because...well...I'm a little miffed Pottermore is still closed)...
We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures. ~ Thornton Wilder