Jabberwocky for 2004 June 7 (entry 0)

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[Comments] (8) Ready or Not:: Well. Today was a qualified success. The waitlist option on the registration seems to be working fairly smoothly. I don't have enough room for all the students though. I hope some more drop, but they appear to be a good group. I had them write a practice writing proficiency, and most of them did ok. There was only one student with awful, tangled up sentences.

I walked over to the cafeteria with Bev Kieper, bought a tuna sandwich, ate half of it, threw it up. I'm hungry again now but don't know if I dare eat anything. It was nice visiting with Bev; this summer it will be a good thing to spend some time with her.

One of the students this morning asked about my IV. That's a first for me. Usually people don't mention it so they can pretend it's not there.

I am doing my laundry.


Comments:

Posted by Susie at Mon Jun 07 2004 16:17

Did they ask nicely or rudely? (I'm doing laundry too!)

Posted by Frances at Mon Jun 07 2004 17:03

They grovel and beg.

Posted by Frances at Mon Jun 07 2004 17:04

Oh, or do you mean about the IV, not about adding the class? He asked politely.

Posted by Kristen at Tue Jun 08 2004 12:10

So do you just wait to tell your students you have AIDS until someone asks? And usually they don't ask? Just curious.
At my work I read a lot of stories people submit to us in hopes to be reunited. I can not believe the grammar and spelling errors that they contain. It is funny but really sad.

Posted by Frances. at Tue Jun 08 2004 12:28

Right. If the administration finds out about it I'm probably gone.

Posted by John at Tue Jun 08 2004 14:32

That descriminatory. Where's the ACLU when you need them? Oh yeah, they are too busy picking the wrong battles (fighting over a dumb plaza in SLC that the church legally purchased, etc)...

Posted by Susie at Tue Jun 08 2004 14:58

BC doesn't seem to care about their discriminatory practices.

Posted by Kristen at Thu Jun 10 2004 12:31

That is outrageous. What do the staff think or say? I can't imagine them being so shallow not to mention illegal.


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