Monday, June 22, 2015

17 Signs Your Teacher Might Be Engaged...

Since I get married in less than a month I've definitely been thinking a lot about getting married...  but I noticed this school year that my kids were catching onto the fact that Miss Wilson wasn't going to be Miss Wilson for too much longer.  So I decided to share with you these signs your kids might notice.
Photo Credit to the Amazing Shaun Frederickson at Firm Grip Photography
#17
She always makes you listen to the same slow sappy playlist during writing time... which on Spotify is strangely named Our Wedding Playlist.

#16
Her awesome candy rewards has suddenly been switched with veggies.  Yuck!

#15
During silent reading time she can be spotted reading magazines about flowers, cakes, and gowns. 


#14
Craft time has suddenly been renamed "Favors and Decor Time"

#13
She dances at the copier mouthing Beyonce's "Single Ladies". 

#12
She is making questionable fashion choices by breaking in her brand new wedding shoes at school.


#11
You disagree with her stance on cooties.

#10
The other teachers keep asking to look at her hand and won't stop going gaga over how "perfect" the ring is.

#9
Her hair is either growing out for the wedding or is in all sorts of different styles she's test driving for the big day.


#8
The fresh flowers on her desk aren't always picked by a kid.
#7
She's getting called MRS. RIDGWAY when you know for sure she's MISS WILSON.
*This was a little specific...*

#6
The post-its on her desk and computer have weird reminders like "CALL THE CATER" or "DRESS FITTING ON FRIDAY"

#5
That awesome cupcake jewelry you gave her has suddenly been replaced by a rock!

#4
Her ring has gotten caught in your hair at least once a week.  

#3
Math problems increasingly reference her wedding. "If there are 100 invitations but only 25 RSVPs.... how many chairs will Miss Wilson need?"

#2
She has a countdown and it has nothing to do with the end of the school year.
#1
And who is this random person she keeps calling "Fiancee"?

Alright ladies... did I forget anything?

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