The Daily Dash: September 4 2015 {Upward Cheerleading Coach}

by brenna

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In today’s Daily Dash video, September 4 2015, You’ll never guess where I slept last night…

The Daily Dash: September 4 2015 {Upward Cheerleading Coach}

* Trump accuses radio host of “Gotcha” questions
* Biden reveals he and his family may not have the emotional energy to run for president
* Drone crashes into stands at the U.S. Open
* SAT scores dip for the first time since 2005
* College students develop companion app
* #ForceFriday

* Not only was yesterday a LONG day of teaching at Lipscomb (my students are a bit freaked out about giving their first graded speeches next week), but I started a new volunteer endeavor: coaching Upward cheerleading. And not just any cheerleading team – a squad of 5-7 year olds! EEEK! (You know there’s a reason why I like teaching college students, right? I’m not the best with little kids…).

* I think it all went well, but by the time I got home around 8pm, cooked dinner and got the kids showered, I passed out on our recliner – without even getting a shower myself. My husband woke me up to move upstairs around midnight and I woke up this morning with no voice 😉

* Today I’m turning in my FINAL (I think) book edits and also meeting with an interior designer to see what possibilities lie before us in our new home.

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The Daily Dash: September 4, 2015 {Upward Cheerleading Coach}

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