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... and finally Native Americans. We will see soon enough how well it is received.
I eat at school during school days. at 11:50am, students are released until 2pm. They either go home to eat, get picked up by parents, if they have a relative in school they may remain here and eat in cafeteria, and the one time I went out during lunch I saw a kid at a local whole in the wall restaurant eating soup. So here I am following Adam to the cafeteria. We all get ...
... and get their books. I also found that my office or desk would be in the 3rd Grade Teacher's Office. My desk, or at least what would be my desk was covered in boxes and books. It turns out that the students for 3rd grade arrived in force and started taking books and supplies to their new classroom. The office looked like a hurricane had passed by. Papers and strings everywhere, spare books tossed all over the place, children running and screaming in ...
... Wen (the cute math teacher) has an apartment in my own building. Adam told me that before leaving to pick me up, he had gone to my apartment because the hot water wasn't working. He explained that it should be ready by the time we arrived.
Arriving at the apartment, well it was a bit of a shock. Even though I was 2 blocks, a mere 5 minutes from the main intersection with towering buildings that looked brand new, my little nook and corner ...
... we only had limited subs. So they wore us out.
It was a lot of Fun !! The team was laughing and joking and everyone was having fun. Absolutely great team building. Now this is funny. They dropped Jason and I at the hotel, and we walked through the lobby in our Manchester United garb, all sweaty from play to check in. As we met up later on the way to dinner, we were told by the gentlemen that dropped us off that the doorman were ...
... and sour) on a plate exquisitely hand painted with sauce. Andre grabs my chopsticks in his haste and stuffs a morsel into his mouth. I hear something crunch in his mouth and he uncouthly spits it out. gris·tle /ˈgrisəl/ Noun Cartilage, esp. when found as tough, inedible tissue in meat. This is followed by a mound of rice that can only be said to have yesterday's leftovers in it Still hungry we ordered the pigeon/duck in beer. Andre is still wading through ...
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