Today – A Thank You; Tomorrow – The Backyard

I know I invited you to join me in the backyard today but I’m going to have to reschedule for tomorrow. This week is Teacher Appreciation Week and the big PTO auction to raise money for our elementary school is tomorrow night. I have been busy making treats for teachers and putting together auction items today and haven’t had a chance to finish my “backyard” post.

I do promise I will have it for you tomorrow.

But for now, because it is Teacher Appreciation Week, I would love to share with you a post I wrote last Fall about the incredible blessing of some amazing teachers in our life.

Mrs. Skinner, David and Mrs. Stapley

Mrs. Skinner, David and Mrs. Stapley

In the Company of Great Teachers

Click the link and it will take you to the post. And for the record, Mr. K has turned out to be the most incredible principal a kid and his mom could ask for! He has gone far above and beyond and my son has had a fantastic year!

To all of the teachers out there, THANK YOU!

Thank you for your patience, love and guidance. Thank you for all the hard work, the late hours the dedication. Thank you for all you do for our kids!

As a special thank you to the teachers at our school, I did what I do and made them something to eat …

Sourdough-Roasted-Tomato-an

Sourdough Strata with Roasted Tomatoes and Greens 

Pain-au-Chocolat

and lots and lots of Pain au Chocolat 

 Nothing says “I think you’re awesome” like a chocolate croissant.

 To Mr. Kaczmarek, Mrs. Skinner, Mrs. Marr, Mrs. Stapley, Mrs. Walsh,  Mrs. McConnell, Mrs. Weaver, Mrs. Miller, Ms. Alfonso and Mr. McCarron and all of the support staff who work with our kids everyday, you guys are absolutely incredible. It has been a GREAT year we are so blessed to have you in our children’s lives.

You ARE awesome! And very much appreciated.

Just a side note, Nathan starts Kindergarten next year. Wait till they get a load of him.

I may need to bring teacher appreciation treats on a monthly basis.

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12 thoughts on “Today – A Thank You; Tomorrow – The Backyard

  1. apuginthekitchen

    Your post is beautiful, Teachers hold the most important and challenging job in my opinion. Good teachers are like gold and it’s so good of you to acknowledge them for their hard work in caring for our children,

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  2. gotasté

    Dani, your chocolate croissant is driving me crazy 🙂 I would love to try making it but croissant dough is so challenging to create……danny

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    1. Welcome Company with Danielle Post author

      I am nothing if not “tasteful” 🙂 I do hope they enjoyed them! I loved your honey cake post and now that the weekend is here am going to take some time to read through the recipe and enjoy your wonderful pictures!

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      1. musingmar

        So glad to hear you liked the honey cake post. So far it’s gone over quite well with everyone who’s tasted it except one fellow who was looking for something sweeter.

        Reply

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