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Monday, October 24, 2005 

Day 42: Tomorrow is parents-teacher night...

I'm actually looking forward to tomorrow.

It will be nice to meet some parents (if THEY decide to come and see me) and since I am now at the point where I can match each student with her name, my brain should also be able to activate my jaw muscles in such a way that something nice and meaningful comes out when I meet the person who had a little too much to drink 14 years ago and let loose, and awoke a couple weeks later with a bun in the oven.

Of course, this is NOT how I will explain procreation to the girls when we get to that chapter in a few months, but I must say that this is still a pretty accurate explanation for many people (even if they won't admit to it).

If I'm feeling particularly bold tomorrow, I will post from the computer in the teacher's lounge since I don't plan on coming home between my last class and the start of the meeting.

good luck with the parent teacher nite...as a parent, I always go, but don't usually enjoy them all that much...but you'll do fine, I'm sure..lol

Best of luck. I usually get between 10-15 parents over four hours for the 150 students I have. I hope you get a better turnout.

Oh my god, good luck. I have 8 Literacy kids, and had 5 sets of parents this year (most ever). However, in the computer lab (200+ students) I had an all time low of 1 parent.


Have fun!

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