This post is being published later in the day for two reasons:
1. My weekend schedule changed and I was not able to edit and upload my photos as per my normal schedule.
2. There is a large pressure system moving through and I’ve spend the last several hours in a reclined position trying not to pass out or throw up due to the pain surging through my back. Thanks, dude who ran a red light four years ago, totaling my car and causing 3+ months of swelling on my sciatic nerve. I remember you every time we have a storm.
Anyway, here’s a few things that happened this week.
As usual, food featured prominently.
Krystal’s developed a kick for Zaxby’s Fried House Zalad with Zax Sauce instead of whatever dressing they include. I made a mistake on this order and purchased grilled chicken instead of fried. That’s not why I took this photo, though. No, I photographed this salad for the approximately 4 small pieces of chicken it contained. Seriously, Zaxby’s? If I’m paying $8 for a chicken salad, there had better be chicken on that salad. I’ve found more chicken in a McDonald’s four-piece nugget.
I have one particular student whose family continues to be amazing. I’ve taught at least one of their children every year since I began teaching, and they’ve become one of my staunchest supporters. This year, they’ve begun sending in breakfast sandwiches at least once a week. I cannot thank them enough; as much as I like off-brand blueberry toaster pastries and coffee, it does get old. This same family just signed my up for a 5K on October 17 – I just can’t believe the generosity they bestow.
Every year the Physical Science class creates cell models.
This year, one student made her model out of pizza ingredients.
IT WAS AMAZING
Honestly, it’s one of the best pizzas I’ve ever had the pleasure of tasting.
If she didn’t get extra credit for the taste, she should have.
In case you didn’t know, this week marked the beginning of Autumn here in the Northern Hemisphere. As such, it’s time once again for fall comfort foods like tomato soup and grilled cheese. Moxie, tortilla chips, and saltine crackers are an added bonus. Krystal suggested I make this for supper – and she was totally right. It was perfect.
Despite popular opinion, I’m not totally serious 100% of the time.
Meet Buddy the Skeleton. Yes, he’s a discount Halloween decoration, but from what I can tell he’s almost anatomically correct – the only discrepancy I’ve found is fusing in the knees. Anyway, I just couldn’t resist taking a few humorous photos – and my student found it hilarious, too. It was a good way to wind down after a test.
We also worked on the pilot episode for nerdeektv.
This was taken in “Wardrobe”.
Oh, and here’s two of our promotional videos!
NerdeekTV is a nerdy/geeky webshow put on by cousins with a shoestring budget.
Tune in beginning October 31!
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