March 15, 2015

Life in Square Photos 11/52

Happy Sunday everyone! As I mentioned, this was my last week at my first placement of student teaching- also my first full week thanks to snow days! It was also Kutztown's spring break and my roommates went away so I was alone all week. I decided to take advantage of  the excessive alone time to work on my portfolio and prepare for my next placement.
Here's the project board I designed for the last week of school. I have way too much fun drawing on the board and although this one did take a long time, it's easily changed for the entirety of the projects.
I've been craving Boston Market Mac and Cheese for months, I found the frozen meals but they just weren't quite the same as I remembered it. We haven't had a Boston Market around us in years and I rarely see them. On my way to visit my next placement, I passed one and literally screamed, I was so excited and knew I had to stop on the way home. Let me tell ya, it was EXACTLY like I remembered it and it's definitely dangerous it's on my way home.
I love that two of our students drew me for their warm-ups.
Our students made cards for my last day that they all signed and some of them wrote sweet little messages (even ones I didn't have in class) and we took class pictures for me to remember them. 
Middle school students are too much fun. I hope I get another chance to work with them in the future. 
If you're ever in Carlisle, I highly recommend Cafe Bruges. The pom frites and crab cake sandwich are my favorite, and be sure to save room for a Belgium waffle (we share one).
 Saturday was a family adventure day. We drove down to Old City Philadelphia to go to Art in the Age (the only Warby Parker retailer in PA) so mom and Bailey could pick out a pair of glasses too!
We stopped by a cheese bistro called Wedge + Fig for lunch and shared cheeses and chocolate chip scones in the car since there were no tables. So yummy. 
We then stopped by J. Maki Winery and if you're in the area I highly recommend checking it out. The grounds are beautiful, they grow all of their grapes on site, they are super friendly, and are the first and only American champagne to win the gold in the Vinalies Internationales Awards. If you're of age, you have to try their Ice Wines- they're incredible.
We stumbled upon the cutest village called Saint Peters Village in Elverson-this picture doesn't do it justice, you have to see it in person to get the full effect. But the shops are so cute and it's definitely worth the little detour off the turnpike. 

What did you do this weekend?
Thanks for Stopping by! xo

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