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Up at 0500 hours, and ready to roll, but weather channel indicated heavy fog in Houlton, Maine. Delayed my departure until 0730 hours, after I went across the street from the motel to a gas station and asked if any of the truckers had just come north on I-95. One piped up and said yep, why? How's the fog, I ask. Thick as pea soup 'bout 30 minutes south. You are good to go, he says. So, off ...
The definition of insanity is: doing the same thing over and over, yet expecting different results. This is one of those days. It is not a bad day, but more of a very busy one. We have hit a leg of our tour where we are doing three in a row, day off, two in a row. Sleep is not really a priority at this point, more getting the show up, then out.
Yesterday was spent mainly in a hotel room. ...
... But, we survived!
Got to very picturesque Bennington, VT at about 1545 hours. Sunny and nice out. Beautiful day all around. Had about 2 seconds worth of sprinkles near Rochester, NY, but that was it!
Off to Ramunto's Pizza and Pub for an early dinner, since we did not stop for lunch.
547 miles for me today, on about 2 hours of sleep. Road weary for sure!
So today was good. The second day of the institute for the SEN administrators and what a shift from yesterday. I enjoyed yesterday afternoons session, but was apprehensive about what today might bring and whether it would be more relevant to me. It was, and the first keynote was from Dr. Paula Kluth, who was fast paced, insightful and funny too. She has a website www.paulakluth.com which is great, but better still she also has a website called ...
... we begin again. If the specialists we work with repeatedly tell us only they can deliver, it becomes unsustainable and detrimental. That's like only teaching one person how to do the personal care routine with a young person; when they're off sick, does it stop? This could be teacher to TA and vice verse, therapist to educationalist, social carer to therapist, the cycle goes on. I've worked with colleagues that are so 'precious' about their way that only ...