10 minute pizza for dinner and a 10 minute post before bed. Tomorrow is my first day of school so I need to be well rested!
Today was a crazy busy day.
We had the welcome day for the new families at our school. I have two new children in my class this year, so today was their day to meet me and our wonderful classroom assistant while familiarizing themselves with their new class and school.
Once the families left, we put the final touches on the classroom. I want to put together a post (and perhaps new page) about classroom and lesson ideas for any other teachers out there. Expect to see this soon!
After school, I went with Kate and Zoe to visit our friend Rosetta and her new baby, Lily Rose. As a baby gift, I offered to take photographs of their little one.
She was so well-behaved and slept through the whole thing.
I really wanted to get some almost-naked baby shots but mum and dad were afraid that taking off her clothes would startle her into a fit. Too bad, I just love wrinkly little baby skin in black and white photographs!
Once the photo shoot was over, I ran back home, made 10 minute pizza and then was back out the door for play rehearsal within 20 minutes. This meal certainly didn’t receive the appreciation and devotion it deserves.
Faster, healthier, and more delicious than frozen or delivered pizza!
10 Minute ‘Pizzas’
1 premade pita bread
1 large tomato
soft goat’s cheese
- Toss the pita bread into the toaster and then slice your tomatoes and olives.
- Once the toaster pops up, take out the warm pita bread and cut it in half. Next, layer the tomatoes, olives, and crumbled goat’s cheese on top.
- Broil in the oven for several minutes, until the tomatoes are hot and the cheese is melted and beginning to brown. Top the finished “pizzas” with fresh chopped basil.
Whew! 15 hours later, I can finally sit down and rest!
Have a good night everyone, and wish me luck on my first day of school!