1) I went directly to work after dropping my kids off at their school.
2) It took me less than five minutes to get there.
3) The school was in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains, so it was a beautiful and pleasant drive.
4) I only worked 3 1/2 hours a day, so I still had the afternoons to myself to do what ever I wanted.
5) I worked at a school, so I had the same days off as my kids - summers off too.
6) I loved what I did every day: helping 4th graders with their math, grading papers (math tests were my favorite), hanging artwork, helping students study for math and spelling tests, etc.
7) The four teachers I worked with were amazing! We had a great time together planning, discussing the students and chatting during recess.
8) I enjoyed all 120 fourth graders (some of them more than others) that I spent time with every day.
I took my camera to work on the last day of school . . .
There's a neat little trail behind the playground.
Mrs. Mickelsen's class
Mrs. Todd's class
Mrs. Heward's class
Mrs. Norris' class
Too bad jobs with the school district are on a year-to-year basis and the school didn't have the budget for aides this next school year. But I've been hired back at the same school in the Resource department. Hopefully this new job will be as awesome as the last one!