Saturday, January 8, 2011

Pajama Day!!!! Yeah!!!

Today is a beautiful day in south GA.  It’s just a little chilly with a slight wind and some gorgeous sunshine.   A good day to be alive!  It’s 12:47 and I’m still in my pajamas....


That’s all you get to see ‘cause taking a self-portrait is out of my level of know-how.  I will tell you that these are the absolute softest and warmest pjs that I got last year from Macy’s.  Nothing like a PAJAMA DAY especially since all the guys in the family are out on a day of hunting so I’m HOME ALONE!

I went back to work this week...met all 16 of my new student teachers and some of their mentors.  It will be a busy semester and I pray that I will be able to guide and teach these future teachers to the best of my ability. 


Have a great day!  Come back to visit anytime...you can even wear your pajamas:)
*Now why didn't I notice that little speck of lint BEFORE I posted this????

16 comments:

Karen said...

VERY CUTE! My sister loves Macy's too. I never go because I HATE - no - DESPISE shopping for clothes. And pj's are the WORST! I can never find anything I like. Too picky I guess. My pj's are old and tattered, I was just thinking yesterday it's time to shop Karen. UGH!
I think you will do a wonderful job with all of your student teachers. What an awesome role model!
Have a wonderful day! Hugs! Karen

Donna said...

I'm sure you are a fabulous mentor for those student teachers!! I have a family full of teachers so can tell a mile away!
Love the jammies...you can tell they are C-U-T-E...no body shot needed!
Have a relaxing weekend before....

yaya said...

PJ day..sounds soooo tempting! It's too cold outside here to do much of anything outdoors. I think you'll be a good mentor...nothing like someone who's been where they are now to help guide and direct in the right direction. The world needs good teachers!

Theresa said...

I thought the lint was on my screen:) Hope you have a nice quiet day and get lots of rest! Love to you and stay warm! Looks like we are all getting some bad weather! HUGS!

Mary said...

I love pajama days at home...hope to have one for myself next Tuesday...WooHoo...enjoyed your post...

Jojo said...

We are preparing for some bad weather so I'm HOPING for a pajama day!!! Lucky you! Keep warm and enjoy!

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Cute PJs! We start back to school on Monday. I have to say that a three week break sure sends me back relaxed and refreshed.

Brenda Kula said...

It's cold and raining here. I'm in my easy chair having a pajama day too!
Brenda

Donna @ The House on the Corner said...

My kids were here visiting for the whole weekend but they left about 5 pm and by 5:30 Honeybunny and I were both in our PJs!!! I told him that it was a sure sign that we've both become fuddy duddies!!

bj said...

I love cute pj bottoms and my grandgirls all must have a kilzillion pair....
I LOVE pj day around here, too.

Traci said...

A PJ day is the bestest!! Lifetime, coffee, PJ's....oh yea!

Doris Sturm said...

Hello,

Chatty Croon sent me over here and I'm now your newest follower. I always admire the fun and interesting tidbits on her blog, so I think she is referring me to you ;-)

I love PJ day - living alone, I have many of those, but I live in South GA too and this is my time to go outside and refresh...I can not stand humidity and bugs and in the summer I'm a shut-in with the A/C running non -stop....

Have a wonderful school year and all the best with your students!

NitWit1 said...

I have had a few night gown days on weekends, but usually that is accompanied by illness. However, I am not a "hit the floor running" anymore.

Shellbelle said...

Did you know that I call my little design business Pajama Graphics? Working at home has its perks, lol.

From what I've learned about you in the time we've been blogging together, I know that those future teachers are in good hands!

Have you had snow that far South yet? My family in Atlanta are all crying, "Enough!"

Linda said...

It's snowing and I'm having a PJ day here today! Hope you have a good school year!

Cortney said...

I remember meeting my mentor teacher for the first time, it was super nerve racking and exciting. I really don't think I was full prepared for what the student teaching semester had in store for me...but I survived with only a few major crying melt downs. I am now the mentor teacher at my school, it's also nerve racking and exciting! Good luck with your new teachers!