and is a Mercedes compared to most public educational facilities, but,
nevertheless, it’s a high school. Not the most glamorous work environment. On top of that, I have an inside room…no windows. I have taught in this room day after day for
over 13 years.
tad. My journalism classroom is designed
purposefully to resemble a professional newsroom and it does, so there is not
much I can do to bring in touches of glamour.
This week I started small…with my cups!
Out with the plastic, in with the glassware. Like a gentle breeze, it has put a smile on my face
and given me a chance to tell students who noticed, “Life is short. Make fine dining a daily event!”
wardrobe…occasionally wearing a little bling; pearls with denim; a faux fur
collar…you, get the idea!! The minute I
saw this scarf a few years back at Walmart, I grabbed it. Reduced to three dollars, it was the detail
which caught my attention with the design painted on the scarf.
|Premiere Jewelry Bracelet: Two years ago|
elegant dishes and enjoy!! Make fine
dining a daily event!
psst….for those who saw a couple of Polyvores here earlier…I was just playing and did not mean for them to be published….YET!