Thursday, August 27, 2009

Breaking News!

I interrupt this regularly scheduled post to let you know I will be taking a break. A break from blogging!

After eight years of being a SAHM, I am now back into the working world. I will be subbing this year and getting back into teaching which is a great passion of mine. I have to take the Praxis to renew my license Sept. 12th. Prayers please. ;o) I also will be taking over for a teacher going on a maternity leave in September for 10 weeks. Lots of changes I am trying to embrace.

I have met some of the warmest, creative, loyal, inspiring, and awesome blogging friends. You all are the best! I will be by on my down time to visit you. Till next time....



MiMi said...

I'm confused about maternity leave...other than that, congratulations on getting back to what you love! : )

Liz @ Sugarplum Creations said...

Me too, more info on the maternity leave!!! Congrats on teaching! It sounds like a very exciting adventure! I'm going to miss you :( Please keep in touch!

Pam said...

WHAT! I am confused too. You have to let us know what is going on, no leaving us hanging.

Glad you are getting back to teaching since that is what you want to do. I will put you on my prayer list!

Can't wait to hear the scoop!

Rhonda said...

Sorry for the confusion! Hopefully it is clearer now! No not MY maternity leave. The teacher I will be subbing for is fixing to have a baby.

Lots of changes, but not in that way! ;O0

Becca @ The Texas Darlings said...

I am so excited for you!! I will be praying for you on Sept 12- keep us informed!!

Best wishes- we will always be here for you!


Shawn said...

I will miss you but know you have such a passion for teaching. I wish all teachers loved to touch the lives of children like you do, we need more Miss Rhonda's out there!

Best of luck!

shortmama said...

Have a nice bloggy break...or a busy bloggy break!

Kim said...

Congrats on taking the step back into the teaching world. I am thinking of you with the praxis as I also have to take it. Let me know how it goes.

Heidi @ Blue Eyed Blessings said...

Can't wait to see what this year has in store for you with teaching! I look forward to seeing you when I see you! And good luck on the big test.

Blessings to you and your'll be missed! Please still come by to visit. PLEAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSEEEEEEE!

Trudy said...

Congrats on the new teaching gig! I hope you enjoy it, it sounds like you have a great passion for it. That's what our kids needs these days!!

God bless Rhonda!

He & Me + 3 said...

That is such a great opportunity. Good for you. I hope that your renewal goes well and that you enjoy every moment of subbing. I totally understood the post. LOL
That is awesome that you got a subbing job right away and a long term one. Good luck!
Check in every now and then please.

Vivienne said...

How exciting for you! I'm sure it'll be like riding a bike! We'll see you when you come back.
I don't know why the maternity leave thing is confusing for my fellow commenters... the regular teacher is going on a 10 week maternity leave. You are taking her place during that 10 week period. Yes?

Leah said...

Good luck! We will miss you. Come visit us! :)

Miller Racing Family said...

I hope that you enjoy your time back in the classroom. I will totally be praying for you and the PRAXIS, I know how that weighs on a person.
We are planning on coming to your great state the first of Oct. I will try to give you more details as it gets closer, maybe we can meet up.
Have a great weekend.

jenjen said...

How exciting Rhonda! I will be praying for you with the test - I am sure you will do great!

I am so glad we are friends on FB so we can keep in touch with each other. Good luck with everything my friend!!!


Tanielle said...

Hey that is sooo great, good for you!! I will miss ya though, you are one of the sweetest bloggers out here!:-) Try to keep us posted with what's going on!

John Deere Mom said...

That is awesome!!! Congrats!

Carrie @ Cottage Cozy said...

Good luck, Rhonda. I am sure you will find the time to check in here and there. Have a wonderful time back in the classroom!

Stay Cozy, Carrie

Xazmin said...

Good luck on your new adventures! I am so glad I met you, and can't wait to hear about all your experiences when you have a chance!

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Deborah Ann said...

Hi, dropping in from Splashin' Glory. I see Jesus is here, so I climbed on board.

You are invited to visit me:

That is, if you can find the time (smile)!

honeysuckle said...

Rhonda, I will miss reading your blog. Enjoy those children you teach. You are lucky to have a position will all the problems and shortage of money for schooling. I can't believe you have been blogging for 8 years! That takes a lot of patience and time. Good luck and come back when you can.

Leah said...

Hope teaching is going well for you.

I have an award for you at my blog...

~ Dawn ~ said...

Hello! I saw you on Ambers blog, so I thought I would stop by. Congrats on the new job and Good luck on the Praxis!

~Sandy~ said...

Just stopping by to say hello!!! I miss you:( Please come back soon. ((hugs)))

Becca @ The Texas Darlings said...

Hey there friend!

Just stopping by to let you know that I was thinking of you- hope school is going well!!

Take care!


Terra said...

Oh dear, my first visit here and you are taking a break.
Will you come back soon?
Best wishes on your new teaching endeavors.

Anonymous said...

Oh, my sweet bloggyfriend I am taking the Praxis for the first time in November and doing student teaching in the spring. I rec'd my phonebook, um, I mean my study book last week and lugged it upstairs although I thought I'd need a forklift to do so!

Anonymous said...

Congrats on taking the step back into the teaching world. I am thinking of you with the praxis as I also have to take it.