PS. Night at the Museum 2 is good, if you liked the first one.
Sigh. I am going to play guitar...
Almost like a catch-22. Amazing, how the title of one book can become the perfect phrase for describing a term that is indeed rather lengthy to describe without the phrase.
Time to get to work.
So, tests are no longer about finishing on time, now they are about finishing. No more spatial deadlines forcing the students to think under pressure. Now they all have to do is finish in however many minutes they need, yet we still time them. Do you understand that? Because I don't...
I need to create more.
EOG's continue onwards. Tomorrow I get to administer the last of them for the year, and then only a few more short days and SUMMERTIME! Oh how I look forward to summer... yes I will have to still pay rent, pay bills, and work at muddys, but I don't have to teach! I can actually call up my friends with the intention of a 2-3 hour conversation and not have to have it in the car. I can even... *gasps* VISIT them!!! I haven't seen most of them for 4 months, and it'll be 5 by the time school is out and I am able to go places. But that is something I am looking forward to.
Ok, I can smell it now, so I think it is ready.
Oh wait... you aren't here to have it with me.... *is sad*
So I just found out that lJ saves your titles, so I can see which letter of the alphabet I have used in a title! Sweet! Will I remember to do that? NO, but it is worth a shot.
Have you ever broken a bone? I haven't yet (knock on wood to drive the evil fairies out so they do not cause me to break my arm, which is the actual reason people knock on wood) and I have heard that it is that deep unsettling pain. Not a sharp pain, not really a dull pain, but an inner twinging pain. and we have New Guinea Kuta in! We are having to order from counter culture at the main store, and we are getting in some coffees that we used to carry! It is rather exciting to have some old favorites. Ethiopian Yirgacheffe is one of mine-as is the Kuta, obviously-and we were brewing that today, which was nice. We also got a Bwani variety or varietal in, so I am pondering how that one will taste. But I need to go get food before work.
Peace and Biscotti!
So I would posit that we start having neighborhood potlucks. Find an open area, and don’t worry about tables or chairs. You could swap houses every week it happens, have the hosts only responsible for drinks or desserts – because lets face it, they will be cleaning before everyone shows up so lets not give them the added stress of worrying about having a dish. But how cool would that be? People banding together during the recession, making their collected resources greater as a completed whole than they would as parts.
It is hot outside, and sticky-humid. So why don't I have the AC on?
Another thing. When ringing people up, I notice when the bypass the easier change option. a drink costs 4.75? I noticed that you passed over ones and a 5 to get to the 10, and hand me the 10 to get 5.25 back. ?????? .... and then you don't tip? How does that work? Do you just like filling your wallet with five-spots? I dunno, people sometimes...