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Monday, August 19, 2019

Naughty Teacher: TeachErotica

Dear Sillies,
   It's back to school time. I'm excited to report that YOUNG STUDENTS HAVE RETURNED TO SCHOOLS IN PARADISE! How amazing is that?! School staff, parents, kids, and contractors went to work to restore, clean, and upgrade schools and classrooms in every way possible. Playgrounds were re-equipped with all the same play equipment that burned on November 8.  
   Now, less than 10 months since the Camp Fire tore them apart, children are greeting each other with giddy hugs and taking seats in their Paradise classrooms. It's as beautiful as it is miraculous. 

   But let's transition to adult(ified) education. Shall we? Higher ed and hands on learning can be explosive and memorable too. Learning should be fun, right? Please enjoy, but excuse Martha Stewart's dad bod. That woman has no shame!
Take care of yourselves, and happy back to school time!

25 comments:

  1. WONDERFUL news about the schools in Paradise.
    And hooray for lessons and games which take adults to paradise too.














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    1. Well said, EC.
      Not sure what all the extra space is about - but we could all use some quiet empty space.
      Cheers.

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  2. That is a great news about the school! They must've really worked fast to rebuild it in time.

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    1. Yeah, Alex, I've spoken with a number of contractors. They've been working 12+ hour days, 6 days a week, only 2-day weekends every five weeks or so. They don't complain either. Humankind has amazing potential. Thanks.

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    1. Happy back-to-school time to you too, Debra. Thank you.

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  4. very glad for the kids in Paradise. That is awesome

    As for your awesome poem, I don't think there's time for hanky-panky in schools anymore. Everyone is on their phone. Wink Wink

    Have a good week and watch out for school zones everywhere.

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    1. But do you know what they're doing on their phones, Joanne? Me thinks we do not want to know.
      Be well, and stay cool in all ways. =)

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  5. They sure went to work and got that done. great news indeed.

    A lesson or two like that, would sure be worth the ride on the bus.

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  6. It is nice to hear about Paradise and I am certain there are many unsung heroes that never made it into the news. If the teacher looked like Hugh Jackman, send me to that school. With my luck I would get stuck with some of the a-holes that tried to get feel ups from me when I was in school.

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    1. Ugh, yeah. Gross. You had disgusting "teachers." Sorry about that, Birgit.

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  7. I'm giving that to my daughter to read for show and tell.

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    1. Awesome. She'll be teacher's pet in no time. On second thought...Don't name the author, okay?

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  8. Happy to hear that Paradise is recovering!
    I wonder if a teacher would be available for a refresher course? Maybe infuse a few new ideas and tricks into the lessons. After reading your poem I realize that I have been missing out on some things that are certainly worth a little research.

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  9. Good to hear about the school in Paradise, but when I was a kid, any definition of Paradise would not include school!

    That humor may be a little insensitive, but probably not here.

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    1. All humor works around here, Jeff. We're all good hearted people. I remember hearing about a game called "7 minutes in heaven." I have yet to play it, though.
      Be well.

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  10. I bet you would be spending a bit of time in detention with those games. LOL

    Awesome news about the school, though the kids were probably hoping for more of a delay.

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    1. Haha. Yeah, they likely were. Summer ended far too quickly.
      Cheers, my friend.

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  11. Prrrrrrr, says my pussy. Willy Dunne Wooters will be here soon.

    Love,
    Janie

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  12. Oh that Martha....you just never know what she's going to do. What a wonderful story that the students and teachers are back. That's quite a feat indeed. I hope they all have a good year after the terrible heartbreak they all went through.

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    1. Thank you, Sandy. It seems as though they are off to a good start. One problem (or blessing?) is that one of the elementary school classes is over-filled. They have to place some of the students in a different class. =)

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  13. That's wonderful news about the schools in Paradise. I'm so glad to hear they are recovering. Thanks for the laughs with your poetry. You always bring your "A" game.

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