I think when I was a kid I assumed I would grow up, go to college, get a degree in my chosen field, then work in that profession until I retired… Not so much. I got my masters degree in clinical neuropsychology, dabbled (code for volunteered) in speech pathology, then took classes and got a teaching license in Pennsylvania and Oregon. I taught 2nd and 3rd grade, worked as a one-on-one reading specialist, and then taught kindergarten through sixth grade in the library, with a good deal of my time going toward techie stuff. However, I’m not a librarian by training or at heart, so when budget cuts eliminated media specialists in the spring of 2011, I saw it as an opportunity to learn and explore again. …This is good.
You are one of the most versatile people I know!
I’ll take that as a compliment; although for me, versatility may be born out of distractibility! Focus, Kelly. Focus. 🙂
Thank you for liking my post “Motherhood, Not for the Squeamish”. I hope you’ll stop by again.
Likewise, I hope you’ll continue to follow here! Thanks for stopping by.
Happy to have stumbled on your blog. It’s a nice discovery.
Thanks! I enjoyed looking through your blog as well. Good luck with the sleep! 🙂
Hey!!! I teach second grade now, but I was a middle school reading specialist…Cool! Lots in common…love your site!
Thanks! I’ll have to check out your site. Thanks for stopping by!