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August 24, 2015

Back to School Teacher Appreciation

For Texas teachers, today was the first day back.  This year I am at home again as we wait on our little girl from the Congo to be able to come home.  I cry every year–not because I am ungrateful to be home or for my precious little guy that is here already, but because it’s another year that I am out of the classroom.  The classroom is 100% my comfort zone.  It’s where I thrive.

Last year, with a newborn, I felt like I was just surviving. But this year, I feel like I can help more. Teaching is hard, you guys.  You get it. You know. You are there in the trenches.  I have decided that this year my goal is to just love teachers well.  I’m not in the battlefield with you all, but I can still love you through your year. It’s the most rewarding job, yet the toughest and has the greatest reward, in my opinion.

Back to school teacher appreciation idea for teachers during the first week of school! Grab the FREEBIE and spread some kindness!

At 10 p.m. last night I decided to turn on my oven and bake. So I baked and baked so that I could wish some teachers a sweet year! Here's to a Sweet Year FREEBIE

It’s nothing fancy–a cute printable and plastic plates I snagged from the Dollar Tree–4 for $1.

Here's to a Sweet Year FREEBIE

If you want to bless some teachers, you can snag my little signs HERE or by clicking the image below to use for back to school teacher appreciation.

Here's to a Sweet Year FREEBIE

Back to school teacher appreciation idea for teachers during the first week of school! Grab the FREEBIE and spread some kindness! #backtoschool #teacherappreciation #FREEBIE #free #printable

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Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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