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Monday, October 17, 2005

Today, today

Ah today turned out much better that I thought it would.
1st- I only got 3hrs of sleep thanks to someone in Nashville.
2nd- It is Monday, that means kindergarten, which in turn means 80 super hyper 3-5yo kids.

but thankfully today they were rather calm. They did not want to play "topple the teacher" and were happy to just color in some Halloween stuff. Before I went to kindergarten I was at the BoE and finally turned in my application for sat. television. So in just 2 weeks I will have real TV, none of this public free stuff that I have right now.

At the middle school I was treated to a great surprise. The JHS 2nd and 3rd year girls had cooking today and they had to choose a teacher to give their food to and whaddoyaknow? I had a nice home cooked meal ready and waiting for me when I arrived.

I was a bit suspicious that the food was poisoned or messed with at first because the girls would always peak into the teacher's lounge and see if I had tired it yet and then yell at me to hurry up and eat it.

The food was good, and if it was poisoned it was a good poison because I still feel great, but if you don't see anymore updates then you can be rest assured that the home-ec students succeeded in their plans :(.

To top it all off I got to leave work a nice 1/2 hour early.

ahh a great day indeed. Even with what happened in Nashville and the fact that it's been cloudy/rainy now for over 18 days can't bring me down.

And no none of you will ever know what really brought me down so don’t ask ;)


Comments:
Lucky. What'd they make you?
 
some chineese food(soup and some beef dish) and then some odd cake like dessert.

all in all very very delicious.
 
japanese kids make chinese food? wow, i'm impressed. when you wrote "before i went to kindergarten".. i almost cracked up. haha, it'd be nice to be back in kindergarten right now. naps, mmmmm...
 
hah i wish there were naps while i teach at the kindergarten!! they are insanely hyper, I really feel sorry for the teacher. But, it while it does take a lot out of you to try to keep them steady, It is a whole lot of fun.
 
Lol when you wrote about the cooked mean you got I had to think of the apples for teachers analogy. Maybe they are just thankful for your great work.
 
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