Miss Sandy is back! 🙂 I can’t wait to stand at the door and greet all our pre-K friends as they come through the door to start their day this morning! I can’t wait to clap and sing and play and eat goldfish with our own little developmental three year olds in our classroom. I’ve missed them. Their smiles. Their laughter. Their energy. Their shenanigans. ♡
There are a few restrictions for Miss Sandy this week. No lifting. No bending. No sudden movement. No Nothing in my eye. That includes sunlight. Water. Dirt. Or elbows. 🙂
So this is my solution. 🙂 It’s better to be safe than sorry. Dr. Sarkisian opened my eye. The drain that is. But I just might keep it under a little more darkness than light in our classroom. After all, it’s October. Halloween is approaching. Pirates are in. Johnny Depp has nothing on me!
Let’s all open our eyes. Turn from darkness to light. In everything we do. Unless of course you just had eye surgery and are temporarily needing the ptotection of an eye patch. 🙂
to open their eyes so that they may turn from darkness to light and from the dominion of Satan to God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins and an inheritance among those who have been sanctified by faith in Me. Acts 26:18
Love and laughter,