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  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    Failing while doing is far more commendable that failing to even try. Eric Broser
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    4 days ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    Miracles are nothing more than extreme possibilities manifested thru positive thoughts, love and unwavering faith and belief. Eric Broser
    4 days ago
  • v WALLAHALLA
    5 days seated classes hasn't really been that bad, other than dealing with other people's stress. The part I dislike is everyone having to eat in their classrooms. Too messy. I feel like our kids are getting a lot better education this way, and we've made it through 10 weeks with no major mishaps. I'd say fingers crossed, but prayers work much better! Good luck with it! emoticon
    7 days ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    You can improve your relationship w/yourself . . . others, your work life . . . your health when you congratulate yourself on your personal pursuit of happiness. Tina Tessina
    29 days ago
  • v WALLAHALLA
    Good to hear your school year is going well. We have not had any kids test positive in our building, just one parent and one grandparent. We've been lucky so far. I can't say that I care for my new schedule as all of my classes have been shortened, and I have long periods of time with no students. I say nothing of it at work because the regular teachers don't get a break at all until the end of the day after the kids have gone home. We are seated 5 days a week with only 4 distance learners so far, 2 of which are special ed, which makes it interesting to say the least. We've only had a handful in quarantine, and several signed their kids out to homeschool. My co-workers are very stressed and tend to be grumpy. All things considering, I think things are going quite well.
    29 days ago
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