Wonderfully Wacky Whatnots
GFCC's teachers and staff are different and unique,
But when we all come together to teach, mentor,
Care for and love our wonderful GFCC students,
The picture is colorful, and bright, and
C O M P L E T E !
Each Wednesday, we will feature one of our teachers or staff and be able to find out some "Wonderfully Wacky Whatnots" about them. This week we are featuring:
What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?
Do you like blue cheese?
Yes; I like most cheeses.
What do you prefer to drink in the morning?
Coffee, tea, juice or Coke Zero
What's your favorite piece of jewelry?
Music and dance
Anne, after my grandmother
Name three things you think about regularly?
Favorite place to be?
How do you ring in the New Year?
With husband and friends
Where would you like to go?
Do you own slippers?
Yes, several pairs for various occasions
Can you whistle?
Yes; I lost it for a while, but now it's back!
What song do you sing in the shower?
Whatever songs I am preparing for preschool or my K-1 choir
What's in your pocket right now?
Usually a cell phone or a manipulative for a song I'm teaching
Last thing that made me laugh?
Pokemon cards. My son remembered how we used to draw the more rare ones for him as a child. We didn't realize he had actually tried to trade those! Oh my!
Best toy as a child?
Probably my bicycle with a banana seat and flowers on the basket.
Worst injury you have ever had?
Broken arm from climbing fences.
How many TV's do you have?
3; Living room, master bedroom, and kitchen but the one in the kitchen doesn't actually work.
How many dogs do you have?
1; a bichon frise named Murphy.
How many cats do you have?
Usually we have 2 black cats at a time. Hopefully we will have more kitties in the next year or so.
What book are you currently reading?
I am "between books" at the moment. I am moving houses and gearing up for this year. I look forward to relaxing with a good book soon.
What's your favorite candy?
Dark chocolate, nuts, coconut
When you teach music, there is something to celebrate every month. It's one of the great joys of what I do!