Mr. L : I already knew
Me: How did you know?
Mr. L: You have been extra vocal lately.
Me: I am always vocal!
Mr. L: Yea, but you are now moody, vocal with an attitude, and emotional.
I did ask him not to tell anyone, not even his assistant principal (she spilled the beans to the entire faculty when I was pregnant with Evan). He said it was not his place to tell, but he was surprised how long I kept it hidden and he did not push because he knew I would come to him when I was ready.
I decided to tell him because I had to explain why I kept leaving early for dr. appointments.
Apparently, the support leadership team has been trying to "figure" me out. These group of ladies (ESE specialist, Reading Specialist, Curriculum Specialist, Guidance Counselor, Assistant Principal - ALL chatter boxes) eat lunch together and I have been the topic of conversation for months. They *suspect*, but don't know for sure because apparently, I waddle, am limping, have a handicap sticker in my car, and have been giving an attitude when I am advocating for my students. Hmmm. I wasn't aware of that.
My principal did agree that I am a very private person and if I chose not to tell anyone then that was my business. I completely agree. I also told him that I had another 2-3 weeks in the danger zone before I felt comfortable enough to start telling/confirming it.
Moody, emotional and filled with attitude? Yup! Thats me!
Awaiting my expected end,