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... So even though the day turned out to be a bit of a nightmare, we were blessed enough to cross paths with these amazing people. We exchanged details with our 'Indian family', Prafulla & Joyti, Uzzal & Momi, and Sanjay & Sunpathi, and we could not be more grateful for the help and the kindness that they showed us. Even though they spoke very little English! They still like to check in every now and then to make sure we are still ...
... these beautiful teachers and children to get all this incredible progress we have in mind. It's time to cut to the chase! It was so great this morning being these teachers. We had about an hour just talking before we actually got started on the ABLLS work. It's an incredible feeling coming into their community and culture and building relationships with them. We all came together for one reason, these special children. And we are ...
... to as ma'am, even me. You can call me Elyse Ma'am! Teachers are called by their name followed by ma'am (Kiran ma'am is instead of Ms. Kiran). (2) More respecting the elders. If there is someone older standing up, you get up and either get them a chair or give them yours and you stand. This is not something that is common in America but it's held to such a high standard here. (3) When someone enters a classroom, the children stand up nicely to welcome them ...
... intitally given to those of pure "European" parentage.
Whilst my great grandmother, Rose Clarke, was a one of the original students who went to this school ( around 1875ish) and would have qualified under the original criteria (her father died in Jhansi in 1871 possibly from cholera), by the 1930-40s, the school's attendance criteria was less constricting. Suffice to say both parents graduated from the school; ...
... of the trains - several in the early morning between about 4am and 6am with a final train at some minutes past 12pm - but it didn't matter anyway as they were all booked solid for the next few days. So I'll have to take a run-of-the-mill bus from Chandigarh to Shimla instead, and seeing as I was at the bus terminal anyway, I asked around about booking a ticket. No joy however - I had to go to the other bus terminal way out in Sector 43 ...