Saturday, August 10

B2S Blogger Exchange


I'm so glad I decided to participate in the Blogger Exchange organized by Covered in Glitter and Glue and Adventures of Ms. Smith. It is so fun getting to know another teacher/blogger around the country.


My new blog buddy is Dianne from Hopelessly Devoted. We found out after receiving our packages that we have a lot in common. Isn't that fun?

Our classroom colors are pretty much the same (blue, green, and black). We have some interests in common (technology and organization). We both have class pets (she has guinea pigs and I have zebra finches). I bet we would be friends in real life. :o)


I loved walking into the workroom at school and seeing the pink package sitting on the counter. I immediately knew it was my blogger exchange package. I love getting real mail! Getting cute, fun packages is even better!


I had to open it immediately! I was so excited I almost made myself late to our afternoon meeting.


I'm excited to try my first Scentos! I missed out on the clearance deals that a lot of bloggers hit at Michaels. Sticky notes are always a hit. They're a teacher must-have! Dianne also put some drink goodies in my box, a gift card to Starbucks and come Crystal Light. Yum. There's a super cute stick pencil that will be fun to write with. My favorite is the scarf, though. Somehow Dianne must've known that I love wearing scarves!

Thank you, thank you, thank you, Dianne, for taking the time to put together the perfect box for me! I loved it!

If you don't know Dianne yet, stop by her blog and say Hello. I know she'd love for you to stop by!

Happy Saturday!

2 comments:

  1. OHHH, my gosh. I love that scarf! I am counting down the days until it is scarf weather again! =)

    Thanks so much for participating and linking up!
    Ms. Smith
    Adventures of Ms. Smith

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  2. Hi Sara,
    We absolutely would be real life friends! I'm so glad you liked everything. It was my first exchange but I would definitely do it again. Have a great year!
    Dianne
    Hopelessly Devoted to Teaching

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