Archive for the 'classroom pets' Category

Critters and such

Oh Wallace always is on here… my most convenient model ever. Really? Is this comfortable? You don’t even fit up there… Ha. Classroom Pets. These birds did not shut up the entire time I was teaching. Yet as soon as the last class ended and the kids left, I swear they were silent. I see how it is. I will
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Summer begins.

First Day nap in a field in between classes (for work) under a tree. celebration lulu LP and lulu Final Day at Trail Ridge Hapa on the Hill biggest oysters… …so much sushi… …and snow in May Wyoming Trip with the Factory they say this is what Wyoming looks like some rock formations crazy Cheyenne spot spectators glen thought this
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Crackberry Randos.

I’ve gotten to the point where I have some random photos built up on my phone and it’s time to unload them.  So here we go… I visited LP in her lab one night. Here she is stirring her cauldron. I think her research has something to do with casting spells… I seem to run into raccoons a lot in
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The Need for Closure

Closure is a funny thing. Most relationships or friendships tend to simply drift apart, while a few actually get a true closure. What does closure do anyways? My brother recently ran into a girl that he been hanging out with and seeing for the majority of the summer, but hadn’t seen in about a month or so. He said that
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A few thoughts…

I just recently found out that one of my students from two years ago passed away during Physical Training at Fort Jackson last week. I only had him in class for a semester during his senior year. He told me that he didn’t like math and wasn’t psyched to be in the class, but yet he was without a doubt
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