Can I freshen your drink for you?
Everyone comfortable? Have you met any new and interesting peeps? Anyone need anything while I'm up?
Ok, Mrs. Chili's teacher blog is a good one- especially for Grammar Geeks like me. Mrs. Frizzle is like a famous teacher blogger who has recently traveled the world. I was first attracted to her blog when she posted all these pictures of New York at Christmas time.
Ms. George is even more of a Harry Potter fan than I am! Ms.Whatsit, coincidentally posted about collecting social bookmarks in December. She writes about a lot of cool, techie educational stuff. Ms ABC Mom is another kindred spirit- similar birthdays and daughters the same age AND habla español! Glad she's back- she's been gone for a few weeks and I've been concerned. Ms.Teacher is mom to 3, a great teacher and an Obama supporter! La Profesora de español got me hooked, then left me hangin'. Hopefully she'll be in more of a bloggy mood soon. NYC Educator makes me feel like I've got a friend in New York. He also jazzes up his posts with nice pictures.Guusjem is an amazingly dedicated school librarian and also loves Betsy-Tacy books, as do I. Rooster and The Mayor's mom is the funny lady who gave me a ROFL award a few years back when I wrote this post. That was super good for my ego. Sra.Profe is another Spanish-teacher type I like to read. I can't figure out if it's a coincidence or if we are just drawn to each other, or if we, as a group are just generally more verbose than your average bear.Oral Hygiene Queen once wrote a hilarious post about realizing her skirt was a wee too see-through for wearing at work and had to fashion a slip out of found objects. Oh, and she flosses regularly, too. Pendullum is a master story-teller. I think we crossed paths because of Kevin Charnas. PetitHiboux? gone. Petite Anglaise is a real-live author and writes about living in France as an English woman.