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« Prophetic Words... | Main | Ahead Of Schedule »

April 27, 2006

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Margaret

Excellent! I'm so glad you accepted the position! I don't think you will regret it. You are such a giving person that your new job will be rewarding in 1,000 ways, for you and for the children.
Gosh, you even got applause! Absolutely wonderful!

jillian

Horray - good for you! I hope it all works out :) I can't say it surprises me to hear that you're a great teacher and mentor - you have a warm and open heart and an exceptionally positive spirit. Those kind of teachers are hard to find, and kids remember the ones that make a difference! So many teachera hate their jobs, and kids pick up on that!

And it is the nicest thing ever to feel appreciated. I am so glad you are getting recognition for doing such an important thing so well.

BTW, what's a crick?

Vicki

I'm glad you're giving it a go. ; )

Carrie K

Of course she clapped.

Marta is looking GOOD.

Erica B.

That is great Bron! It's truly a blessing when you can have a job like that, where you can still be around your kids and there when the get home from school. This was one of the reasons that I left my position. God knows I miss the bucks but nothing beats the peace of mind knowing what's going with my kids and them not feeling neglected. You're getting the best of both worlds!

Sheri

Congratulations! The world needs a few more like you.
It'll make knitting time just a little more special, and relaxing!
Sheri in GA

Kristen

Not many feel the call to work with middle school students, so your school really lucked out when you accepted the job. It sounds like a win-win situation. Congratulations all around!

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