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September 19, 2006

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Vera

You are flying along!

Deneen

That is working up nicely.

I found out today, I won't be reading or crocheting during classes. They have a lesson plan and you have to teach the class-you can skip some things, but it's real teaching (at least with the lower grades it is) with 1/2 hour lunch break and 25 minute afternoon break. I just hope the older classes aren't "real" teaching, I am afraid-so afraid.

Margaret

Well I can't imagine that those children would give Bron a hard time! *wink** After all, you are bigger than they are. Just tower over the offenders and give them "the look."

Your top looks gorgeous! Looking forward to seeing the model picture and please don't cut off your head in the photo. That looks stranger than bad hair. LOL Truly Bron you always look terrific.

Have a great day everyone.

Linda

I love Sci-Fi/Fantasy novels, but I haven't read anything by this author. I'll have to give her a try.

Leisel

I think the tunic is looking fantastic. Can't wait to see how it looks modelled.

tifffany

Hi Bron! Your new project makes me think of a field of pansies! I think it's the colors (I usually see purple and gold pansies) and the stitch... FUN!

nat

you have some of my favourite colours there, and it looks a treat! lucky girl, to get someone to pay you whilst you craft on!

Bron

Hey Deneen - Yeah, most classes I do teach, but you'll find that sometimes all the have is book work and unless you want to stare into space while they work, you need to have a book or something to write while you're sitting there. I usually get up every 5 to 10 minutes & make a circuit of the classroom, making sure everyone is on task & understanding the material. :)
It's the prep time that you won't have and is a real perk in middle schools. :) That is, on those days I get it! LOL

Linda - Robin Hobb is one of my favs - I really think you'll like her if you like fantasy. :)

Thanks for the compliments on the yarn - I'm really liking how this is turning out!

Terri

You're lucky you are able to work and still keep up with your yarn projects during the day too. :o) I read the Farseer trilogy and enjoyed them, though after that she lost me and I couldn't get into her work again. I don't know why, but I just didn't find the next couple of books as great as the first couple. :o/ Probably had my mind elsewhere as usual! (g)

Bron

Yes, Terri - Some day I really love my job! LOL

Farseer was by far her best work, but I enjoyed the Tawny Man series simpy because it carried on with the Farseer characters. :)

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