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... so the last day was relaxing for the most part. The kids had a music lesson first up, which was great, as it gave them one last practise before assembly, and me a chance to do some tidying without 22 excited children underfoot! The final assembly, for me at least, was after morning recess, and I'll never forget it. We had a fantastic slideshow with scenes from the Winter Concert that Quon had created, and right at the end of it was a memo dedicating it to me...my kids sang the ...
... a backlog of traffic due to last week's freight train crash & fire (Canada seems to have these regularly!). So the network is in chaos. As a result at Edmonton, crew manager Fabian explains that we are currently a 20 coach train and we are picking up a stranded empty train of 18 coaches and tagging it onto our train. Then at Jasper it is picking up another 4 coaches - making it one of the longest passenger trains in Canadian history!!!! Getting off at Jasper ...
... to coaching the grade 5 girls soccer team for an inter school tournament last week, to demonstrating some new Wilson McCaskill games to the entire school at assembly this afternoon. I've already had two and a half PD days, with another full day of meetings and planning next Friday. When I first looked at the calendar and grasped the fact that I'd be teaching 16 weeks straight between September 4th and December 20th, I wondered how on earth I'd deal with that. ...
... behind a few trees and lots of flowers and so we almost miss him but in the end we spotted him.
Now a bee line to Winnipeg. We cross the border into Manitoba and it is funny how quickly the scenery changed. in less than an hour we see far less trees and the land is flat. Next thing you know we see wheat and ...
... not for the faint hearted!) The regalia worn by the participants, all ages, were fabulous creations of brightly coloured cloth, beaded decorations, shining bells that completely covered the lower garments one dance group wore, and magnificent feathered head dresses. The women had the most elaborate dances, and I really enjoyed watching the butterfly and hoop ones. The girl who performed that was brilliant, beginning with two, and picking up more as she twirled and twisted ...
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