June {Currently}

Happy June, people! It's a beautiful summer day here and I am happy, happy, happy!

It's the first so that means it is time to link up with Farley at Oh Boy! 4th Grade for her very fun linky party.

I think it is all pretty self-explanatory, but I'll go into detail anyway because I like to talk about myself.

Listening: The Dear Boyfriend is watching the new Star Trek. I'm not a Trekkie. Nor do I ever want to be. So, no... I am not watching. After I hit the publish button, I'm going to stalk catch up on my bloggy friends' blog posts. I'm also going to find all my IG bloggy friends on their blogs so I can finally follow all of them. I'm not a very good bloggy friend.

Loving: Summer. Duh. My actual school year is over, but I am currently teaching summer school. I'm co-teaching with a kindergarten teacher friend and together we have 40 kiddies in our classroom. It is crazy busy and loud and chaotic, but it's summmmmerrrrr!

Thinking: Does a teacher's brain ever turn off? No. At least, mine doesn't. Maybe I'm not normal; I don't know. I've already started making my Back To School Information Packet. I never use the same one. I always want to change it. New ideas come. Old ideas need to go. Blah blah blah. I just don't like waiting 'til the last minute to do important things.

Wanting: Vacations. Trips. Whatever. We have some float trips lined up, but I want a real trip. With a hotel and a hot tub and a massage and what-not. We probably won't get to take one, but I can hope and dream.

Needing: If you follow me on Instagram, then you might have seen the picture of all my new gluten free food. My doctor has advised me to try eliminating gluten for two weeks to see if I feel better. You see, my quality of life (health wise) is not the greatest... I feel blah all the time- foggy brain, lethargic, stomach aches, and other symptoms that I'm not going into detail about. So, gluten-free, here I come! At least for the next two weeks. We went to the store today and began buying all these different gluten free items, but my goodness, it is difficult stuff! It will definitely take some getting used to. And don't even get me started on how much it costs. I am just hoping that it helps and so I won't be the girl who "doesn't feel well" all the time.

Summer Bucket List: I just want to read. I'm still reading Wonder, which I plan to finish this evening or tomorrow. Next on my list is Allegiant from the Divergent trilogy.

I already touched on the healthy stuff, but we are also switching gyms. Our new one (the community center) has classes. Now, that I am excited for. I'd rather have someone whip my booty into shape rather than depend on myself to do so.

Ahh, and organize. I need to declutter.

Happy Summer, people! And, go link up with Farley for her June Currently!



  1. Hey girl!! I have another link for you! Check out my Pinterest recipe boards. My husband does the Paleo diet which is grain-free. I know there's differences between all gluten-free and grain-free stuff but this could be a good jumping off point for ya!

    -Elyse @ A is for Apples

    1. Elyse! You're the best! I think I already follow you on Pinterest, so now I will have to stalk your boards :)

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  3. I know that I have got to have a gluten intolerance as well, so I will have to follow you on IG to see what products you have bought. I love my carbs so much that I just haven't taken the plunge to eliminating gluten yet. Good luck with it! Hopefully it helps you feel better, and maybe it'll give me some motivation to do the same. Loved your post!

    -Lindsey from Miss Law's Kinders (misslawskinders.blogspot.com)

  4. I have Allegiant on my summer reading list as well. I loved the first two books and am about half way through Allegiant and I have to say it is very different. I read the first two as fast as I could because I just couldn't put them down but Allegiant just isn't as exciting.

    I love that you are already planning for back to school!

    The Math Maniac


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