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January 25, 2016 / sharoncopy

Days 54 and 55

Annabella saw me enter the first grade room and she shouted, “Miss Sharon!” She rushed over to give me a huge hug. “Noah! Landon! Look! It’s Miss Sharon!” Pretty soon I was the happy recipient of hugs from the two of them plus about 6 or 8 other kids who remembered when I subbed in their kindergarten class for a whole week last year. ❤ It was SO sweet. 🙂

This is the best part about going to the Montessori school so often – this, and Jenny, the secretary, and knowing the principal and many of the staff members by name. This was a half day, Day 55.

Day 54 was a quick 2-hour stint at a private school in Livonia – teaching Spanish to 7th and 8th graders – only about 12 kids in a class! What an easy job! I didn’t really even have to know any Spanish, since I just distributed paperwork and monitored them while they read it and answered questions. But I greeted them with Buenas Tardes and asked a few questions – just to show that I could have. Pretty sure I know more Spanish than the average non-hispanic middle school kid. 🙂

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