I got tenure!! Even though I have worked for Pittsford for five years, my first two years were part time and didn't count towards tenure. It was a great ceremony and my parent came into town to celebrate. I didn't think it would be a big deal, but I do feel like I am officially established in my career now and I am more happy than ever that I went back to school to get my teaching degree. I love what I do.
As part of Girls on The Run this year, the girls conducted a community impact project. I was so proud to be a part of this special project, which the girls created and executed all on their own. They chose to collect items for Lollypop Farm and I was so excited to drop all of this off on their behalf. They did a great job!!
The biggest thing to happen in the Warchol household is that we bought our first house!!! Which will explain most of the photos that follow, haha. We are so excited to be getting out of our cruddy apartment and to have a place of our own. It has been a dream of mine since before we got married and really paved the way for the type of wedding we chose to have and I am so happy with the way everything is unfolding.
We were out to dinner when we found out we got the house and I thought this was pretty cool and so of course I photographed it. No more meals out ever... we can't afford it now! ;)
Commencing house planning and idea photo roll, how did people plan for stuff without iPhones?!?!
Just adding in some cuteness in case you are bored with my photo bombing thus far...
One of the best parts about being a teacher, turning the calendar.
I have the best colleagues on the planet and they already surprised us with a little house warming gift.
The beginning of June means the end of Girls on The Run and Molly and I put together some goody bags and enjoyed a celebration with the girls for their accomplishments. $100 bucks goes a long way at Five Below, great store.
Girls on The Run ends with a 5k race and some pre-race festivities. The 5k is held at MCC and we spend about an hour with the girls writing on each others shirts, coloring their hair and getting them ready for the race. It was a wonderful night and seeing them finish and smile and knowing that I helped them to get there, is the best feeling on the planet.
Stay tuned for my ALS 5k race report. It is the first 4-peat race that Dad and I have done!