What's wrong with that? Well, nothing is ever really perfect, so therefore, I'm constantly disappointed in myself. When you're aiming to be perfect, you'll always be disappointed in yourself.
I worked in my classroom all week. We couldn't get in until Monday, and we had to leave early on Friday. We have meetings all day on Monday, so we won't get any time in there Monday before we have company at the Open House on Monday night.
|I did manage to clean the stuff off the desks, but there's a lot I didn't do!|
I really did a lot this week. I pretty much burned the candle at both ends, preparing signs, cutting out laminated stuff, writing out letters and forms and materials I'll be needing.
|My favorite poster, still in the box.|
Perfect is the enemy of good. My room looks good. I have to take time to breathe. I have a great Power Point planned for the Open House. My room is clean, and I'll get the nametags cut out and placed on the desks by the Open House. That's what the kids really want to see. (Plus, which friends are in the class!)
I need to learn to work faster. I need to learn not to spend so much time on details that don't matter, like those home made desk name tags. I need to learn to be proud of my accomplishments. I have a lot to learn!
After all, practice makes perfect. (Perfect? <shudder>)
But I sure am proud of my class Library!