I have ten days of student teaching left. All that’s left is to finish this week: Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Next week is Thanksgiving, so we have two days of school: Monday, and Tuesday.
Then, it’s my last week of teaching. After those 5 days, I’m done.
On a day-by-day basis, the days seem to pass slowly. However, looking back, it all flew by. Yay clichés.
Yay ten days.
According to the calendar, autumn is upon us. However, according to the weather, we’ve returned to summer. The leaves are starting to turn, but it’s still in the upper 70s.
The tree in my backyard is starting to change colors! I’ll post more updates if I remember.
To celebrate the start of fall, my roommates and I went apple-picking. This is my fourth fall in the state of Michigan, and I have never been apple-picking. So here’s the documentation of that adventure.
We went to Robinette’s, about 3/4 of a mile from our house.
Apparently they also have peaches. But we were there for the apples.
There were apples all over the place: