Fairfield Inn & Suites Germantown Gaithersburg
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... alarms last night, lest I sleep-turn one off again. But as soon as the first alarm sounded, I was awake. Which was weird because I did sleep soundly, I just woke up very quickly. Anyway, I repacked my stuff and headed downstairs to wait for my cab. I ate my Sainsbury blueberry muffins while I waited, and the cab arrived a bit early, at 5:51. My driver was from Italy and very nice, so we chatted about our favorite parts of Italy while we ...
... and people are silly and so we must laugh. The lease fiasco, I can't even talk about, because it still makes my brain boil. But shoes and batteries, yes, that's entertainment.
The events that transpired today actually started last Wednesday, when I lost two very important things that needed immediate replacing. The first was the battery to the Diva Mini Laptop. It was getting low and needed replacing, so I called up HP's parts department and ordered a new ...
... time on the same day for the official start of summer. As one guy put it, "We don't get a countdown. We don't get that moment when we can all embrace the freedom of summer and run through the halls screaming and breaking things! We just get, dude when's your last exam?" On point, and well phrased.
I still have two exams to proctor and grade, a classroom to pack up, and loads of paperwork to complete for check-out, but at this point ...
... adults take for granted. Charlie's favorite question is "Why?" Muriel and I usually laugh and exchange a Look, but it does make one think. Adults just assume things, accept things, and take what comes at them, while kids are always looking for a practical explanation. Through Charlie, I have discovered a deep, practical appreciation for coloring.
I know what you're thinking. What? Coloring? Where did that come from? Just trust me on this...I have ...
... think that on graduation day, their last day as high schoolers, I would find them at their most grown-up, most accomplished, and in some ways I do. During the year I get to watch them compete at sports, give really impressive presentations, perform in shows, win scholastic competitions, etc. In those moments they are always so mature, so profoundly capable and composed that it amazes me. I catch myself thinking that there is no way I was that cool ...