After 4 long months of full time student teaching and methods courses at night, I can officially say that I am done. That’s right, D-O-N-E, done!
It’s not that I didn’t enjoy student teaching. Despite how absolutely exhausting it is rewarding work and I love teaching. I have learned so much in the last four months that at times, I thought my brain would explode.
Student teaching meant that I had zero time for genealogy. And even if I did have time, I didn’t have the brain power. I was just physically, mentally, and emotionally exhausted from student teaching.
But? I’m done! So it is back to genealogy I go. This will be the summer of genealogy and my schedule is already getting exciting:
- From June 6th – June 8th, I will be at the Southern California Genealogy Jamboree in Burbank, California. I will be doing two talks with D. Joshua Taylor and I’ll be on a panel moderated by Janet Horvorka. And? My fiance will be coming with me too.
- On June 18th, I will be speaking at South Bay Cities Genealogical Society on Brick Wall Boot-Camp. If you are in the area, come on down!
- On June 21st, I am getting married! Yay, wedding!
- Lots of time at the library and family history center too! I can’t wait!
In summary: Let’s go family tree climbing!