Originally it was an apartment that approved us for moving.
Then we checked on a duplex north of the city on a lake.
…and the apartment offer was blown out of the water (pun intended).
-Washer & Dryer
-Two Car Garage
-In The Country
-Near 15 miles worth of trails
-Two minutes to the lake
Cost: Less than the apartment with potential opportunity to own.
I spent five hours in school today. Just organizing this and that, and getting my computer updated. About twenty minutes before I left the principal came into my room. We talked briefly about the upcoming school year, technology, and behavior styles of students. It was just a refreshing small part of my day because it continued to demonstrate to me that I’ve arrived to the education world.
She’s recently been an acting “in-training” store manager for Starbucks. Tomorrow is her assessment to become a full-fledged store manager, so it only makes sense that her store was audited today…haha…
Starbucks has their own company that solely works at inspecting their stores throughout the country. They score each store off 100 points.
Remember, her assessment is tomorrow…
She just called me…
Her store just received a score of 93!
Just an amazing woman.
Darco’s Corrections: Ecosure is a 3rd party auditor to prevent bias. They do dozens of different companies.
I was sitting in the classroom. It had wooden floors, shotty desks, and several old text books. it was my ‘planning period’, which as a substitute meant that I would have a period in which i did…nothing. Halfway through my time of peace, on a calm, sunny day the phone inside the classroom rang. I answered it to find the principal on the other end…”This is your planning period, right? Would you be interested in coming into my office for a brief interview for a teaching position next year?”