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Last travel blog, We arrived home safe and a little tired about 1 o'clock. Return home in 2 1/2 days two of the days being about 700 miles each and today was about 350 miles. Will admit my butt is a little tender I'm sure Shane's is as well LOL. Glad to be home now back to all the daily routines. Will leave on one last note that I forgot to mention. Hopefully it gives you ...
... around 175 degrees.
Outside of the pictures I've taken, there doesn't appear to be much left of Centralia. All of the abandoned homes have been demolished, the paved streets are slowly being taken over by undergrowth. Unfortunately the most prominent thing you'll see is trash and litter from inconsiderate visitors.
Yay week 1 classes ended!! And ended well!!! Gave students surveys to fill out, and the comments were phenomenal!! They absolutely loved the class :))) always nice when that happens!!! Had a nice lunch and dinner in the dining hall with the staff too. AND I got paid for Emory. So the day is definitely looking up. Hope to have a relaxing time ...
Oops I have not updated... It's been pretty busy and tiring. Students arrived on Sunday, the same day I was working through the supply boxes and handouts and realizing some stuff was missing. I also checked my classroom and discovered a few issues... Issues I had anticipated and communicated to staff about. So Monday and Tuesday classes were rough. I mean on the surface, they went fine. I gave interesting lectures and students discussed and worked in groups. It was ...
... but no less important to remember for a beginning adult. When I look back at my travel blogs I read amazing but small events that somehow just completely escaped my brain. Like, how could I forget that when I ****** up my knee while running a long distance relay from the Dead Sea to the Red Sea and asked one of the helpers for a pack of ice for it they came back an hour later with ICE CREAM (oh, learning Arabic..). I don't want to forget those moments!