0: The amount of extra time we had in our classes to do "get-to-know-you" kinds of things.
5:32: The time my alarm went off for the first time this morning.
6: The level of pain, on a scale of 1-10, that I am currently experiencing in my feet and lower back. Summers make teachers out of shape.
8: The number of minutes late I was to my first period class due to helping students with locker combination issues.
10:20: The time my class was assigned to eat lunch on these shortened days. At that time, many restaurants are still serving breakfast.
12: The number of last year's 6th graders who sought me out to say hello.
13: The approximate number of times I wondered about how last year's 6th graders are fairing in 7th grade.
14: The number of students I helped find their classrooms when I saw them wandering around aimlessly.
20: The number of students in my first Language Arts class.
25: The number of students in my second Language Arts class.
32: The number of minutes I stayed in bed after my alarm went off.
75: The number of minutes after school I stayed past our contract time. That's with no planning and no grading to do.
1,416,397ish: The number of padlocks I had to help open. Or so it seemed.
All things considered, it was a pretty great day!