Thursday, June 9, 2011

The day after I ran the school...

Nothing.  Nada.  Zip.  It was just another day.  So booooring.  I did start making a list of what I will do the next time they leave me in charge.  It may have something to do with having a catered lunch brought in to the staff.  On the building budget. 

At least it officially feels like the end of the year, though.  I'm not sure how life will be when I'm not going at a frantic pace, wearing many hats and living life as a master-multitasker, but I'm willing to try it for nine weeks.

We had the moving up assembly today, where we say goodbye to seniors.  I can't really say I'll miss this class of 2011.  There are some great individuals in the group but as a whole?  Eh. 

Today's assembly was the last of the year and I couldn't be happier.   I suppose I should say Eric couldn't be happier.  Assemblies are high-stakes and bring great anxiety to my world.  In other words, I don't sleep the night before or eat the day of.  Which means I'm loads of fun at home. 

At least graduation is tomorrow.  My entire alpha (A-G) made it and I'm thrilled.  Of course, I didn't have much to do with it but hey, I'll take what successes I can in year one of a new job.  This time tomorrow night, I'll be sitting on a bar stool in Seattle, cheating on my diet.  Won't be as much fun as running the school but I'll take it.

P.S.  for those who care, one week into the 17 day diet and I'm down six lbs.  Eric is down 5 after 4 days (men and their stupid metabolism).  Try it.


  1. I just finished reading your post about the 17 day diet. Thanks for sharing! It sounds intense but four pounds in two days is certainly motivating :) Hope it's working well for you!!!

  2. What a great day! They should leave you in charge more often!!:)


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