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Hello, all!  Man, it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything useful on here!  For those of you that are new or hadn’t heard, I started an in-home preschool this year, and it has been nuts around here.  I have not been this consumed with anything since…well…since I was a primary chorister!  I am finally settling into the routine of things, but the first year is always the worst as you try to write/plan/supply/carry out/evaluate/change/celebrate all of the many things that we call “curriculum.”  What an adventure it has been!  I have the cutest classes, though, and it has been a true answer to prayers for me and my family.  Needless to say, I LOVE working with kids, and yes – we sing A LOT in preschool!  I think the whole reason I had this calling in the first place, even though it wasn’t for very long, was to give me the confidence to start teaching preschool.  Isn’t it funny how the Lord knows just what we need to push us in the right direction?!

Anyhoo, I’ve been subbing primary music for the past few weeks in our ward.  And OH MAH GOODNESS I forget how tired you get after church!  Talk about a dog and pony show!  I have to be in there again tomorrow – I wonder what I should do?!  I’ve actually been searching my own archives for ideas…it’s a good thing I wrote most of them down!

OK, enough small talk.  Let’s get down to business.  The business of downloading documents from this blog.  I added a little blurb on the sidebar about this, but I just wanted to really help it sink in.  There has been some confusion on how to download and print the printable from the blog, so here’s the skinny…

All PDFs are uploaded to Google Drive.  In order to access them you have to be logged in to a Google account.  This means that you don’t just have to have a gmail account, you have to be signed into it.  If you are, you should not have any problems viewing the links.

I have just spent several hours updated the links and checking to make sure they work from three different computers.  They should all be working fine.  However, some of you still won’t be able to open them.  If this is the case – please don’t get frustrated,  just email me.  I love to help – that is why I started this blog in the first place.  If you email me which files you need, I will try to get them to you ASAP.  This might mean a couple of days – I am busy just like you.  You can also leave a comment – just remember to leave me your email address.

Okay? All good? Please let me know if I can help you at all. I’m still here, I promise!

G’night, friends!

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