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Monday, August 12, 2013

My classroom was so hot that I needed to change clothes in the afternoon! I could not feel any air moving, and I was just miserable. Welcome back to school! I unpacked boxes and cleaned the room. It was one hard day of work!

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  • LINDAM.1
    Hi Linda from Linda Teach is in my blood . Never had that as a job title accept jazz at YWCA. A friends daughter had an assignment to research I took her to the library and showed her how to find what she was looking for. So I took library classes. No MLS in Oregon. My mother was a teacher so grading papers made more time to have fun with her , or cook.
    1620 days ago
    I have NO idea why this popped into my mind when I read your blog, but I immediately envisioned your classroom as a "hot yoga" session. Hopefully your setup will be done soon and things will cool off BEFORE you load a bunch of kids in there!
    1716 days ago
    Vacations go so quickly and all too soon is back to routine, but it can not be easy when its so airless. Good luck. It's a challenging job anyway! Ree
    1716 days ago
    I always lose a few extra pounds before school starts with all the set up. Too bad I find them again!
    Have a great day and don't forget to drink your water!
    1716 days ago
    Back to School already emoticon
    1717 days ago

    My sister was a teacher and my husband teaches Special Ed so I know how much is involved in setting up. It must have been a struggle when it was so hot! I don't like it hot either but up in Vancouver, B.C. Canada most of the year it rains so I better enjoy the sunshine now. emoticon
    1717 days ago
    Just wait till winter when it is freezing. I don't know which is worse. I hate the snow, but I hate the insects in the summer.

    emoticon Have a great new school year.
    1717 days ago
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