Monthly Archives: March 2013

Slice 31 (ish)

Easter Sunday rounds out this writing month and it’s been a good one. A few standing thoughts before my mind is consumed with FCAT (2 WEEKS!!?!?) and graduation preparations (2 months exactly!?!?!): –          Is it entertaining to anyone else that … Continue reading

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Tshirts and eggs

Today as I prepare for the end of spring break, I look back onto a fabulous and relatively productive week. I finished off my week with egg dying and tie dying tshirts. And I didn’t spill anything! As a random … Continue reading

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Late post acrostic via phone

Learned this from my gamma today  Always expect the unexpected  There’s always more time for shopping Even when you’re exhausted   Perhaps I shouldn’t have introduced her to H&M Obligatory generation shock She bought more stuff then I’ve ever bought … Continue reading

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Window Shopping Thoughts

Not much productivity today – but a lot of window shopping! Little thoughts that ran through my head today while at a bazillion (literally) different stores: –          Why is this child not with his mother, and why is he following … Continue reading

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“Well!? Let’s make something up!”

Spring Break Productivity update: –          I’ve lesson planned for all of the debate classes for the rest of the year (ish..). –          Same with English (including the ish…). –          Organized 500 Grad Bash field trip forms –          And 50 chaperone … Continue reading

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Traditions

Yesterday I celebrated one of my favorite days of the year: Passover. Yeah, I’m Christian. Every year for the past nine one of my best friends (he’s Jewish) throws a Passover celebration for a big group of his friends. I’ve … Continue reading

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“Why lie to you now?”

Today I had lunch with three students who graduated last year. It was a great change of pace and cool to catch up with what they’re doing now. I found out about their new jobs, their newfound college stress levels … Continue reading

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