I'm sure you'll make a great impression! Have fun tonight... I love open house from the parent side!
I bet many of them have seen your face at the festivals, restaurants and on the water. You will be a big hit I know.
Break a leg...and then do a "Stupid Things" post about it ;) Best of luck with your new adventure!!
They will love you...but put out some peel & eat shrimp/datil pepper sauce. So as to be sure.
You'll do great my friend!
everyone said it already. we love your modesty.
I imagine it is tiring for you to meet parents. They will feel so much better about the new teacher after meeting you. I hope nothing is broken except the anxiety of the new teacher syndrome.
Hope it went well. I'm sure it did. I'm always tired the day after because of being at school so long the night before. Can't wait to hear some snippets about the kids.
Of course, the best of luck...not that you will need it. lol Love the fishing pole!
Good Luck,Kevin and I were discussing the fact that we shared a locker in high school, without a lock, and never lost a thing. How times have changed. I am sure you love your new school, looks like you should feel right at home. Now quit loafing and catch up on those posts.Thanks for sharing,Billy
I'm sure the parents loved you. How could they not?
I am sure the parents saw that this was a match made in heaven and how lucky their children will be.From a long-time lurker and a north Florida native a long way from home in Texas, I love your column. Your Applachicola post made me so homesick.
Hi FC,Sooo, did they love ya? Quess what?There's a good chance that I will spend Christmas over in Cedar Key. At that RV Park with the tiki bar. My friends best friend and her husband are spending the winter over there in their motor home. Apparently the campground has 5 hotel rooms. It will be something new and different for me!Have a good weekend!P
It is a shame more schools don't have fishing poles in the hallway. I think things might be a lot different. I am sure you true self came shining through. Thanks for being a great teacher in a crazy world. tammy
Thanks PF'ers!Lots of events delayed my commenting here, but I really appreciate the support.It did go well and every parent I met was obviously involved and concerned about their child.I hope they left with the same good feelings as me, when the evening was over.
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