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Last week state testing started at the elementary school. Everyone is anxious and stressed, and there are signs up all over the building that say, “SHHHHHH!!!! Testing is going on!!!!”
Well, by Thursday some brilliant little rascal had erased on one of the white board signs the “Tes” and the “is going on!!!!”
So all that was left was…
The last few months when I get home from work at the end of a day, I feel like it has been ages since I was home. It feels so wonderful to walk in the door, but I can’t remember what it felt like the last time I was there or when it was, even though I realize it was just that morning.
I guess I get so engrossed in getting through the day (school, home visits, meetings, paperwork, etc.) that by the time I’m home it’s like I’m getting back from the other side of the world.
I did two nerdy things the other day.
1) I made a chart of all the things I wanted to remember from the book The UltraMind Solution.
2) I made a chart of all the books (that I could think of) that I have read, am reading, and want to read in the future.
My inner life felt so organized by my doing those two things.
Such-A-One is a Renaissance Man. I told him so and he denied it, so I listed for him all the things he does well. They are as follows (and probably a bunch I couldn’t even think of at the time):
~ Personal training
~ Physical fitness
~ Rock climbing
~ Ultimate Disc
Wednesday morning a rascally 9-year-old boy got in trouble at school with his cronies.
In the afternoon, he woefully reported to his teacher that he had a headache.
His teacher, in response, exclaimed,”Cool! Sounds like karma!”
Feeling All My Emotions Since 1985.
All Is Well That Ends Well.