You really need to clean your house because you’re having a lot of people over this week and I’m noticing some gross layer of dust and filth on your windowsills. Good thing I’ve been cleaning. No more dirty, dusty floors thanks to powerful Bissell products. Messy hard flooring is a thing of the best when you’re armed with a steam cleaner.
I’ve spruced up my blog this week and wanted to point out a few things:
Ooops November was Epilepsy Awareness Month and I totally didn’t get the memo. I’m saving face by having purple ribbons to pass out to the crowd we’ll have for Thanksgiving. Thank-you Emma Bear’s mom for providing those. Also, Yale nurses, if you’d like a purple ribbon, ask Pat for one. I just ask that you wear it now and hold onto it for March, which is Epilepsy Awareness Month in Canada. I’m part Canadian so I’m totally jumping on that bandwagon, and I’ve got some good ideas.
Fundraising If you find yourself telling others about how Team Aidan raised money for an accessible van, you can now point them to my blog. I’ve included a new page up top which gives some ideas. As always, the How We Became Team Aidan posts are on the right hand side of the blog accessible at all times.
BlogMaster Uncle Joshy If you’re wondering how BlogMaster Uncle Joshy is doing in China, which I probably originally said was Mongolia…he’s actually in Outer Mongolia which is technically part of China, please don’t ask…you can find his blog on my new blog page. Lessons for the Teacher. Apparently he can’t read my blog in China because you know how totally controversial I am. And check out the other great blogs on that page.
Traveling Bears I also now have a page on my blog with information about the Traveling Awareness Bears. If you are a teacher, parent, or special educator please consider sharing this page. These bears can spend a week with you to bring comfort to your child or awareness to your class.
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Thanks. Now get back to cleaning and have a great Thanksgiving.