Hi Susan, You could probably use any flavor of Jello you like when you make the cheesecake. I think that whoever created the recipe was thinking of using a light color so that the fruit would be visible. If you try it, let me know how it turned out. By the way, I saw the Mama Bear post. As a former public school teacher, I might could give you some assistance or another angle. Just email me if you'd like.
Hi SusanI've been thinking about you and knew you had been quiet. I hope the next 10 days go by smoothly and pleasantly,and that your summer vacation provides with you with some relaxation and some "fuel"sending you a big hug!
Been thinking of you Susan.I know you are so very busy with the end of the year IEPs.With 2 Special Needs grandchildren that have IEPs I know how involved and time consuming they can be.Two state tests down and one to go for Jeremy.I am assuming that your boys are having state testing too.There has been a lot of reviewing with Jeremy.Last day of school here is June 3rd.Can't wait for some down time for Jeremy and Mariah.
Hi back! I hear you! I'm reading Nancy's comment above - I taught students with severe/multiple disabilities for several years. As I read your post I was remembering the MULTITUDE of things to do, the HUGE pile of paperwork to complete, etc. etc. I pray you have enough steam to finish the year and enjoy your summer!
Hang in there. It's almost over.Cheers!JzB
AMEN! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment!
Often we run on the smell of an oily rag much longer then we should. Only a few more days till you can refuel the tank and recharge the battery.Hang in thereHugs, Fi
Try to do something for yourself to help refuel...and just know you're almost done! :)
'Ah, I remember it well,' he said with a shudder.
Good one. I think we can all relate to this at one time or another (or all the time). I agree with Becca take some time for your self and know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
oh wow only 10 days -lucky you- we have to wait till the end of July...