This week is still the story of cats. I know you all don’t want to see anymore cats, you can practically smell the cats through my screen, but I can’t help it – they’ve literally started finding me.
New Alice ring made out of an old silver spoon. I can only hope someone it to spin sugar into tea.
I taught Cask of Amontillado for our short story unit and had a corny moment of showing this poster to my class. POP CULTURE POE! I so wish I could share my class’ “Poe-esque raps” because they were unbelievable.
I am teaching cliches/stereotypes. What’s a bigger cliche than an English Teacher who collects hoards of cats. Cat bookmarks were needed for this lesson. Yes, they have different facial expressions; “I iz mad, I iz confused, I iz anxious, I iz giggling.”
My reading has severely dwindled since I started teaching, however, I did finish Persepolis this week. This was one of my favorite images from the graphic novel.
I went to the 9th grade game because half of the team spends a period with me during the day studying the English Language. They won 24-0. My students are beast at their desks, and on the gridiron field.
I was spooked this week by two beady eyed creatures of the night.
I’m slowly building a colony.
Meet me on the next Animal Hoarders.
I could do this all day…
I didn’t realize when you buy a house, you buy the yard. I have an acre and because of that, my family has blisters.