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    Quote Originally Posted by happystuff View Post
    Definitely a gardening newbie, but really enjoy it!
    Excellent!

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    If you like Star Trek, you should like Babylon 5. I love it.

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    Teaching remotely all spring was hell. Cried a lot. Spent the first half of the summer on the garden and the second half split between the new grandbaby and the farm.

    Iím currently back in the classroom with kids, so I can now only look at the grandbaby outside from a distance. Working on putting up the last of the harvest and filling the freezer with ice cream and cheese before the goats dry up.

    new hobbies include reporting coworkers for violating anti-covid policies, listing kids for parent contact about noncompliance, coaching kids on proper mask wearing and general hygiene, excessive hand washing, fighting with dh about my job, and watching health department statistics. Good times.

    edited to add - also doing yoga five days a week in an attempt to mitigate stress.

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    I'm sorry, CL. That sounds painful.

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    Hugs to you CL! I hope things get easier for you.
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    Sleep deprived brain so don't know if I've posted these elsewhere or not, but these are the latest covid-creation:

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    The first are premmie items, the second is a little toddler dress.
    To give pleasure to a single heart by a single act is better than a thousand heads bowing in prayer." Mahatma Gandhi
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    Happy, those are so cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken lady View Post
    Teaching remotely all spring was hell. Cried a lot. Spent the first half of the summer on the garden and the second half split between the new grandbaby and the farm.

    I’m currently back in the classroom with kids, so I can now only look at the grandbaby outside from a distance. Working on putting up the last of the harvest and filling the freezer with ice cream and cheese before the goats dry up.

    new hobbies include reporting coworkers for violating anti-covid policies, listing kids for parent contact about noncompliance, coaching kids on proper mask wearing and general hygiene, excessive hand washing, fighting with dh about my job, and watching health department statistics. Good times.

    edited to add - also doing yoga five days a week in an attempt to mitigate stress.
    I’m so sorry. What grade do you teach?

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    Happy, that is beautiful work!

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    Tradd - all of them.

    small alternative school in which I am something of a jack of many trades. This year: Clay based art classes for ages 6-18 (5 y.o.s are in the “preschool” this year) classes on farming and agriculture ages 9-18, first and second grade social studies, and three after school clubs including ages 10-18.

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