Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Happiness Is...

One of my very first posts on my first blog was titled "Hapiness Is..." I think those are some of my favorite blog entries because when I go and read them I am reminded of small simple things that really made me happy. They now make me smile and fill me with the warmth that only sweet memories can bring. So, in honor of those awesome blog entries...

Happiness is hearing my two little boys play and interact with eachother even though one of them doesn't talk yet.

Happiness is looking at my husband's beard and feeling triumphant that he finally grew one out!

Happiness is knowing that we all are healthy and safe.

Happiness is sitting on the couch under a warm blanket after a crazy hectic week and vegetating in front of the massively huge TV (which doesn't belong to us) while the boys nap. Seriously, this is happy stuff!

Happiness is be able to drop the boys off with grandparents so we can go off into the night for a fun date!

Happiness is finally having all of your tax stuff so you can mail it out to get done!!

Happiness is seeing the joy on my sons' faces when daddy gets home after a long day at work.

Happiness is finally having a SuperWalmart (even though its not advertised as such) relatively near.

Happiness is watching my little Ezra walking down the hall way.

Happiness is having Benny scare me while he roars like a dinosaur.
Happiness is knowing that I'm truly happy right now!

Thursday, February 4, 2010


I have been a teacher many times before. I've taught younger kids while I was in middle school, and high school during teacher's aide's assignments and extra-curricular things of the like. I have taught many classes as a teacher in Church. This is not a new thing to me.

Tomorrow I will teach my first pre-school lesson to a class of about 2 or 3, my son Benny included. I am not nervous, but I am a little anxious. I hope I can be a good teacher for him. I want to be the best teacher I can for him. I hope that I can help him learn everything he needs to be successful in life.

I hope he'll think of me as a good teacher when he gets older.