Yes. The rascals are adding one more minion to their evil plot to take over the world.
And they’re hoping for a baby sister. Because they totally have respect for the spell that hairbows and prancy dresses have on most of the world’s population.
I can’t do it.
Totally not pregnant. And the husband is still alive. Because if I ever did come up with news that I was pregnant, I’d have to first peel Kirk off the ceiling, and then pray that I remembered everything from my CPR class that I took 536 years ago, which I’m pretty sure I chit chatted and snickered through.
So….on to the big news.
What you’ve all been waiting for. With baited breath, I’m sure.
Some of you guessed bun in the oven. Already established…Nope.
Buying a new house? Nope.
New job? As a matter of fact……..
That’s right. As of last week, I resigned from my position at the highschool that I have been employed at, and I have accepted a fantastic position at a new school.
The pay cut was pretty drastic, but it was totally worth it. Because the school has the most amazing principal, and the most ridiculously fabulous dress code.
Not to mention total freedom over my own teaching materials and curriculum.
And did I mention that the principal was hot?
Oh….and then there are the students. I’m not sure a more perfect class of students exists anywhere.
And the principal….smokin’.
I start in a couple of weeks. This new job of mine. And my principal was so nice, he even told me that for my first day, I could just wear my favorite jammies. And that I could work from home. And that I could keep my favorite mug of coffee at my side all day long.
Oh…and did I mention that the principal is hot?
I’m thinking of having an affair.
I hope his wife won’t mind. *wink*
(Yes. You read right. We’re are now a homeschooling family. The Lord has clearly given His guidance and His Word that He will walk alongside me in this new endeavor. And although it was a very sudden decision, Kirk and I both feel at peace about our boys and this piece of their education. We have no idea what the future holds for our family, but we have always pledged to take one year at a time and trust the Lord with the rest. We are thrilled. And excited. And slightly overwhelmed. But we are resting comfortably in the arms of our Jesus who has promised that He would never give us too much for us to handle, and that if He calls us to do something, He will most certainly provide the tools with which to accomplish His work. We covet your prayers as we step out on this faith journey of ours.)