I usually always have something to say about teaching (seeing as how it takes up about 85% of my life) but today I will just leave it to this:
(although I wouldn't call it "problem")
I kid, I kid. At some point everyday I do love my job. These are just funny... because they are true.
In other good news, it's freakin' October! My most favorite month ever. I love fall weather and fall clothes and fall colors. The world is so pretty in October. All of the trees changing colors before they die.... and winter comes.... and I slip into a sad, winter depression....
Oh, yeah! October! Halloween, which happens to be my favorite holiday, also happens to be in this glorious month. I've been planning my Halloween costume since November 1.
October (and some of September) is also when the best TV shows start again. Like Vampire Diaries (I've missed you, Damon), and New Girl. hashtagNick&Jess4ever.
Speaking of New Girl, I recently rewatched the entire 2nd season.
Let me tell you, Netflix is the greatest thing to have on while grading endless amounts of homework.
New Girl is not only HILARIOUS and super weird in the best possible way, it also has so much wisdom. Seriously. I've learned a lot from it, besides that Nick Miller is the love of my life.
I learned that you should never apologize for being your weird-ass, sing-a-lot, childish self.
Never back-slide (exes are exes for a reason).
You can be a teacher and still go to the bar on the weekends. We are regular people too.
You can be 30 and have no idea what the hell you are doing with your life (but you better figure that shit out quick).
You can also be 30 and single, so suck it, Utah.
Men point their feet to what they want.
The youths will ruin your car.
You can't ever be friends with benefits with out someone wanting more. It's a fact.
If you feel sabotaged by your baby-box, you can't trust anything that comes out of it (why I won't have children).
And, you know, everything on this...
This was sufficiently pointless, have a good day.