I always look forward to Cee’s Share Your World blogging challenge. Sadly, I’ve been an erratic blogger for a while…. OK, I will put that behind me and
I want to learn more about… so many things! I love information of all sorts, which is why I am enjoying the Skelgill detective series so much. It’s also why I love teaching; the field of research keeps expanding and instruction becomes integrally tied to what we know about neuroscience.
On a vacation, what you would require in any place that you sleep? No roaches! We spent a week at a beach resort years ago and as we were getting ready for bed, I saw this GIGANTIC roach on the wall above the bed. My dearest widower mounted an energetic but futile attack. (Did you know they can flip upside down and hang onto ledges like acrobats?) My widower assured me it was gone for good but I whined, “What if it comes back and gets on my face?” Once I had settled down, we fell asleep. I awoke to a gentle touch of something crawling across my lips! As it moved up my forehead, I shrieked and jumped up and down on the bed, trying to knock it off me. My dearest widower quickly mounted a renewed assault and the bloody roach was smashed. I can still feel it on my lips. Such trauma!
What is your greatest extravagance? Oh, that’s easy! Yesterday I ate an entire giant Caramello bar in less than 5 minutes. Yum!
What inspired you this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination. I teach a medically fragile student who endures more than any of us could possibly imagine. (I do plan to share a LOT more about him pretty soon.) This kiddo is courageous, determined, and gifted. He can hardly speak, can’t use his limbs, and has multiple disorders. I am inspired by his incredible effort, his empathy for others, and his wild sense of humor. I am blessed to teach this youngster!
His family enjoyed a Hard Hat Day as we worked on “construction” at Camp Wonderopolis!