But the room can’t.
It was a long and insane day. I still love to teach. I met some great kids and have some challenges ahead of me, not the least of which is that I have someone in each class that has the same name as EH. At least no one shares a name with the Adulteress. That would be infinitely more challenging.
There are some things I had forgotten about organized education, such as the scheduling which changes on a daily, sometimes hourly basis. (In fact the only thing permanent about the schedules in a public school is that they will, indeed change.
I did a lot of advance planning, and then left my notebook and flash drive at home.
That is par for the Crazy Drama Lady course.
There are many wonderful kids and I did say something that I usually keep to myself, “It’s never too late to be amazing.”
I have a class with 43 students in it. I can handle a crowd that size, but the room is too small. I’m afraid someone is going to pop out with an audible “Woop!” and I will get in trouble for making an unsolicited hilarious noise.
There are worse things.
And there are better things. Like tomorrow.
I have to go rest so I can be amazing.