Even Crazier!

Monday, August 03, 2009

First, thank you all so much for your support.

Second, the assistant principal said he wanted to set up an interview, & then, "I'll have to call you back."
That was Friday & I still haven't heard from him.
I told my husband if that's his idea of being a professional, I don't want to work there.
School starts Wednesday!
No way I will jump into teaching without time to prepare.

Third, I'm going to a workshop at the Unemployment Office Wednesday & if I can take some classes/training, I will.
I'd like to get into IT.
Honestly, even though I've spent so much time & money to earn my degrees & NBC, I would love to try something else.

Que sera, sera!
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    You should love what you do and do what you love. That said, as adults, we sometimes need to do whatever is necessary in the meantime. I hope this all works out for you and maybe you'll discover a new fabulous passion in the meantime and be able to slowly move into that.

    Keep us updated and TRY (easy request, right?) not to stress out too much... it's bad for weight loss! lol.
    4380 days ago
  • 1951SHY
    How rude and unprofessional of him.He is letting an awesome person slip thru his hands. Being a teacher is one of the hardest you will ever love.
    As one door may seem to close another will open.
    4380 days ago
    Wow - nothing like waiting until the last minute! But it happens in our school district too. Seems we have a lot of teachers who can't make up their minds if they want to retire before school lets out. They wait until the end of the summer to finally decide. I don't think it necessarily reflects badly on the school. We have a great school district and this happens every year. Don't write them off until you know for sure.

    Hang in there, you'll figure out your path soon, Iam sure.
    4380 days ago
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