Finally! I don’t know what I got on this last final, but I know it was good enough to get a B in the class, which is fine with me.
This “journey” has taken for-frickin-ever. So starting in 1st grade, I have been taking classes 21 of the last 23 years. I took a two year break right after undergrad. With that much time in school I should be able to perform brain surgery or at least a backiotomy.
I wanted to take a picture with the prof when I turned in my test, but decided that was uber lame. So I just took this shot of the last time I plan on seeing the inside of Grise Hall ever again.
This week was teacher appreciation week, and although I expected the usual food from parents and a fern from the school, I didn’t really expect anything from any students. I received a couple hand-made cards, which were cute, but check out this gift set from a girl in my homeroom. I’ve never seen anything like it. I thought the gesture was very nice and found it very funny that something like this was ever created.
Well, I just thought I would share that with you before I eat dinner out of my “soup-er teacher” soup bowl and go pamper myself with “greatest teacher shower gel” and “A+ teacher body souffle.”
Wow! Two posts in one day. Can you tell school is almost over?
Tonight I went to my first Bowling Green Hot Rods game. The Hot Rods are the new minor league baseball team that just started their season last week. My friend, Kristine, chose the name for the team and was given season tickets. She was kind enough to invite me along to this game against West Virginia Power (which the Hot Rods won by the way). It was a great night and a lot of fun, and the weather was perfect. The stadium was really nice and clean. They, of course, had a lot going on throughout the game, like sumo wrestling and the smile cam, which made it really entertaining. I think they should add the kiss cam to the list of activities, but it didn’t matter tonight since Chad wasn’t there. It’s kind of neat to have something like this so close to home. I will definitely go again. Thanks Kristine for winning the tickets and for inviting me to go! It was fun!