My day has been HARD to say the least. First 5 minutes of the day I get a nice hard slap in the face by a child. (As he is sitting in my lap seeming like he wanted to cuddle...) Then at the end of the day, we were stuck with an ANNOYING child for 45 minutes after he was supposed to be picked up. ( I mean 5 minutes of this kid and you are begging for someone to take him. Thankfully he is not in my room, but was only there because his parent was late.)
Other little fun things were that I've felt like someone has kicked me in the shin, and my phone died by the time I could look/use it. I also had to do something important that I did not want to do, but I don't want to talk about it online. It's just sad that I had to do it.
I'm sick of people. And I'm really sick of people telling me how to do my job, don't tell me, do it. If you think you are more capable then show me. Hiding in your high up office, does not mean you actually know teaching, especially in a special education setting. Telling me what the book says is not helping, I probably have the same or better education than you did. And everyone says, oh your doing a great job, do more!! REALLY?? Because I have a 20 minute break all day, and then maybe 30-40 minutes at the end of the day where I can actually do work. Ok, done! I could go on but I won't. I'm obviously frustrated with work, I wish I could work with children in a different field. Although, this could be all hormones and the fact that I was thrown into this awful situation. I'm not sure what I want to do next year but I'm 90% sure I will be asking to be back to full day program.
(ALL THESE STUPID LITTLE THINGS KEEP ADDING UP, NOW somehow have toothpaste every freaking where after I just sat in cat vomit and cleaned that up. WHAT THE HECK.)
Surprisingly I am in a good mood. Why, because of tomorrow! I CANNOT wait to see my little elf, and I get to miss some of work too. I am so excited to see my baby!