So this nugget just pinged in my school email:

No matter how bad your day may seem, at least you didn’t do THIS today. (Gotta admit, though, it sounds exactly like something I would do.)

This is a screenshot of a colleague’s message that she sent to our staff. And, yes, I edited out my friend’s name. Of course.

TGIF! Teach on, everyone.

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  1. You are my teacher hero. When I read these things, I am reminded that I am okay =)

    Happy Friday!



  2. For sure, Suzanne, this one was just too good not to share. And we are ALL more than okay. 🙂


  3. I couldn’t open the image 😦


  4. Hmm, Mary…not sure why your screen isn’t viewing the jpg file. Odd. I just posted the same image on my Instagram, which might make your computer happier:

    Hope this one works for you! 🙂


  5. Yikes! I have nightmares about this happening to me. It sounds like something I would do, too, Laura. Please send a hug to your colleague. Maybe she can say that she was testing email addresses by sending a shocking message. lol
    Regardless, it sounds like a good excuse for an after-work drink. 🙂


  6. Absolutely, Michelle! Lots of hugs and a couple of happy hour drinks for her for sure. (Actually, how about for all of us in this long stretch to winter break?)


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