Cold Hands, Warm Heart

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Nome, Alaska, United States
After getting burned out teaching high school in a tiny Alaskan town, I have moved on to being a child advocate in a small Alaskan town. The struggles are similar, but now I can buy milk at the store.

Monday, June 1, 2009

She's baaaAAaack.

Okay devoted fans, here I am. I was feeling pretty guilty about not posting anything for two weeks, until I logged on, and none of the other teachers I read are posting either, and then I felt better.

Eventualy, there will be pictues from prom and graduation, and the senior trip. Just not right now. For now, I thought you could all use a nice bulleted list of things I'd forgotten I missed about the states:

-Fresh Blueberries.
-Pineapple that's not in a can.
-Animal cookies.
-Drinking water from the tap.
-Adjustable heat showers.
-Showers that aren't on a timer.
-Other people cooking.
-Comparison shopping.
-Cell phones.
-Church with other people.
-Cheap bread.

Well, for now, that's what I've got. I'm just thankful for these things.