Garrett dropped me off and headed to BYU to see if the car was still there or if it had been towed. I lucked out, and only had one little ticket on my window after 48 hours in the faculty parking lot. And I'm pretty sure my family and friends haven't stopped laughing since! Everytime I grab my keys and head down the stairs, I just laugh. Luckily I'm just a little challenged, and that my car was not the first to be stolen in Provo! haha I guess I am succeeding in my goal in life to spread a little happiness!
With my car in hand, I went to meet my Practicum teacher at Timpanogas high school in Orem. She is late 50s, and just a doll! It only took me 5 minutes to discover what an incredible teacher she was. The kids just seemed to love and respect her. After being there for about an hour, she asked me when I was doing my student teaching. I told her I would be doing it next semester, and she asked me to come be her student teacher!!! I am so excited about this. This is definitely an answer to lots of prayer. I was nervous I would get stuck with a bad teacher, or would have to drive up to Salt Lake everyday. But instead, I will be just 15 minutes away with an incredible teacher! And plus, the Alpine school district, where I will be student teaching, is one of the only districts in Utah still hiring history teachers. So this is the absolute ideal situation. And to top everything off, I still get to marry Garrett Wonnacott! Even though I'm a little bit of an airhead, okay fine a big airhead, things just seem to be working out. Okay sorry about the novel! Hope this makes you laugh.