On occasion, I'd like to blog about things completely unrelated to school. In A Short Guide to a Happy Life, Anna Quindlen states "You cannot really be first-rate at your work if your work is all you are." (This short book is a must read for busy moms!)
So in 2013, I hope to blog a little more about life in a addition to all the work I love to do in my classroom. On that note, here is one of the latest projects we completed around our house. After looking at TV stands in the big box stores and being disappointed with their quality and construction, we decided to repurpose an old dresser. We removed the top drawer, drilled a hole in the back for cords and then cut and stained a shelf to hold the cable box and DVD player. It is the perfect size for our TV and the bottom two drawers hold all of our movies and games!
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