I would love to have had you peek at me getting out bed, finally, at 7:15 (even though I was asleep by 9:20 last night). Included would be a look at me waking children to take showers, cajoling children into having hot lunch because I hadn't put anything together yet, reminding everyone I would not be home before 6pm, and eating a granola bar in the car. Also me singing to an old song on the alternative rock station.
It would have been great for you to witness various slackers in my Tech class surreptitiously perusing Craigslist when they thought I wasn't looking. And you could also have seen the rock star students who actually played the assigned Traveler IQ game until they got to at least Level 6.
I would have posted a picture of 25+ kids folding letters & stuffing envelopes
There would be my You Are Wasting Everyone's Precious Learning Time face during Freshman English, followed by a look at the bravery exhibited by kids reading poetry to the class (as well as my I Totally Knew You Could Do It-You're Fabulous face). Plus a gratuitous shot of the much-heralded document camera in action.
Then I'd show you the district office where I updated my insurance for the year and where our staff presented our Reasons We Deserve An Actual Building to the school board (which went quite well; we've scheduled a public hearing for the end of the month). Picture us warily pleased.
A shot of tired husband making mac & cheese, son practicing trombone, daughter drawing various hybrid creatures, and me kicking off professional-looking teacher shoes.
I'll try to do better tomorrow, but I can't guarantee anything more thrilling than what you've just not witnessed.