Where we are now

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THANK YOU to each and every one of you who have supported us on this blog. To this day, we still find new followers joining our tribe quite regularly.  Because of that, we wanted to let you know that we have stepped up our blogging game. We can now be found on theosegards.com and all over the web here!  We hope you’ll join us there!

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Who are you again?

Happy Monday, everyone!

I recently started teaching Sunday School at my church, and I have overlap of a few kiddos from school who also go to church with me!  Sometimes it takes my students a few minutes to figure out how they no me, but usually not as long as one of my girls, Callie.

WEEK 1:
Me: Hi, Callie!
Callie: *look of near fear and total confusion*

WEEK 2:
Me: Hi, Callie!
Callie: *same confused look*  Oh . . . look . . . *points and walks on*

WEEK 3:
Me: Hi, Callie!
Callie: MOM! Is that Mrs. Osegard?!?!

🙂 It’s hard to believe that teachers don’t leave school! Monday's Bright Spot

Summer Update!

This summer, I stayed away from blogging.  I wanted to take time to accomplish some of my other goals.

Being on my own as an adult (Adult? Do I seriously qualify? Whatever!), I realized that I hadn’t accomplished much of anything I wanted to.  I always said I would learn another language (or three), I wanted to learn piano, guitar, and ukulele, I had a list of books and movies I had always wanted to check out. . . the only things I felt I had “accomplished” were getting my degree and surviving the first year of marriage and my job.

So this summer I made a list of a bunch of things I was interested in.  I read books (including Harry Potter. . . only a decade plus behind that trend!), I made new foods, I worked on ASL and Spanish and I played music!

I'm working on a new me.  Not because the old me is bad, but because the old me can improve.

I’m working on a new me. Not because the old me is bad, but because the old me can improve.

I’m no where near where I want to be, but I’m on the way. I am now trying to carry this on.  I’ve made goals for the school year too.  I’m working on devotions, we have joined a small group, I am keeping the house clean, and I am working out more.  As the year goes on I am hoping to learn more music and pick up on ASL.  I am continuing reading books that encourage me and that I enjoy.

I hope that you will follow me along on this journey.  I’m bound to have some set backs, but I’m aiming for success!

What goals do you have?  What do you need to do make your goals a priority and to follow through?

Monday's Bright Spot

Monday’s Bright Spot – The Circus Freak

Recently, I have started teaching Early Ed at my church as well.  Some of my students from school attend the same church as me, and their reactions all vary when they see me in church.  Often times, it is no big deal, and the kids just wave and smile.   Sometimes it is a little confusing, and they keep asking me at school if I remember seeing them at church.

Featured image One little girl didn’t recognize me the first week she saw me.  I said hi to her and she just looked away.  I saw her this week and she stared at me, pointed, and said “Hey, look!”. I said hi to her and she kept walking and staring at me like I was some circus freak.  There was no “hey! That’s my teacher!” just “Hey, look!”

Gotta love these sweet kiddos!

Monday’s Bright Spot – Look-a-likes!

I have a new job this year.  I teach music, library, and computer to all of earlyMonday's Bright Spoteducation.   It was super confusing at first for the kiddos, because computer and library are in the Media Center, but music is in a different room.  The students couldn’t always figure out which special they were in, but I thought by this week they all had the hang of it.

Today, one of my classes was lining up from computer, and a sweet little girl looked up at me and said, “You look JUST like my music teacher!”

Hmm, I wonder why! 🙂