We Shall Build Our House Under a Rock
Thank you, Shannon, for the candy necklace. It made me smile. I appreciate your unique view on life.
It seems I was wrong about sidewalk plows. It looks like they do exist; they just don’t come out that often, and when they do, they wait for a week or so until I don’t need them anymore. Until the place I’ve stomped out is wide enough that it feels like a sidewalk.
Just”In and I had horrible days yesterday. I don’t know much about his, but his movements seemed so forced, so resigned. His face was like stone, and he was very quiet.
And he just got home. It’s about noon, and school doesn’t get out for at least another three hours. He’s had three days of student teaching; he oouldn’t sleep last night after three hours of trying to come up with a lesson plan.
“I quit.” He’s going to go talk to his professor. I hope she helps somehow.