Here Is Where I Am....

7:31:00 AM

My summer vacation is almost over...

and now my focus is here....
This is the lovely classroom I've inherited this year...
I'm their new Pre-Kindergarten teacher...
It is a beautiful classroom but I need to make it mine...

First I have to figure out what is what....???

and then I need to organize, re-paint, label 
 (and obsess a little)...

Because in a little over a week....

this lovely room is going to be filled with busy little 
smiling faces  ready for a year of learning and excitement...!!

So if I'm not responding to your comments lately...
this is where I am....

I'm loving it and looking forward to a great Pre-K year!

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  1. I didn't know you were a Pre-K teacher??? I have a 4 year old getting ready to go back to school...such a fun age! Good luck getting it all sorted and painted...hope we get to see after photos too :) Laurel

  2. So exciting! Looking forward to chatting it up in the Fac room with you! :)

  3. Will this be a challenge like no other, Susan? : ) For you, I think not! I'm sure you will come up with great ideas and ways to put your stamp on this room. I remember my kids being so excited at this age to go to school!

  4. Cute classroom! Love all the bright colors :-)

  5. So exciting! Looking forward (hoping to) seeing what you have done with it!

  6. Have a wonderful school year. With your creativity that classroom will look awesome in no time!!

  7. A labor of love, to be sure! Wish it were my job; I love that kind of thing!

  8. I hope you plan to share pics of 'your' room when you get it to your liking! Have a great school year!
    'hugs from afar'


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