Each month, I will bring to Olive Plants the topics covered at my local hsa's mom's meeting. Most months there will be one Round about post and some months I will include a link list so you can write about the topic of the month at your blog and link back to Olive Plants. This month there will be more than one post because a lot happened during the September meeting.
Our meeting was a time of Getting to Know You, and I would like to get to you all better, too. At the meeting, we played icebreaker games and laughed...a lot... because sometimes that's what we moms need to do. Our first game was a "speed question" round, and I divided the women in attendance into four groups and provided each group with a set of three questions. They had ten minutes to take turns answering.
Let's do something similar here and create a cyber-circle.
Below are the three questions and my answers. To participate, write a post that answers all three questions and publish to your blog. Please display the Round about the Table icon above (just copy and paste) and be sure to link back to Olive Plants in your post. Then come back and link your post's url to the link list below. Please provide the url specific to your post and not your blog's general web address.
Here are the questions...
- Do you prefer coffee or tea? Hot or cold? Sugar, cream, etc.?
- How did you meet your husband?
- What is your favorite subject to teach? Why?
- Tea! Hot in the fall and winter, iced in the spring and summer. Y'all, I'm from the South so it has to be SWEET! *said with my best southern drawl* ;)
- If you read regularly, you already know this one...we met at the MSU BSU at (everyone say it together) the Welcome Back Party!
- It depends on the day. Some days I love to teach everything. Some days I don't like to teach anything. Most days, I really enjoy math, Latin, and literature. I'm learning to love history, and my life would be so much nicer if we could just skip science altogether. Except for bird watching. Ahh...the days when bird watching counted as science.
Next month we will talk about scheduling with priorities as taught by Susan Bradrick in 24 Hours Is All You Get.