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Re: gripe

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menichino (menichino)
Tue, 24 Aug 1999 11:01:27 -0400

Good advice, Sandra!
Liz in rural NY

> "L.P. Skeen" wrote:
> Then the guy comes to take back my desk. Why, you ask? Well,
> > it seems that the factory shorted us 2 desks, so since I'm so
> > unimportant, I don't NEED a desk; I can wait until next week to get
> Lisa-I know I don't have room to speak since I am not teaching at
> all this year (well maybe privately)
> But-CHILL OUT! I know it's a pain and you will be mistreated but
> look at it another way- You can be mad and have a terrible year or
> you can let it pass and have a great year. If you continue to stress
> every time someone says something negative and cutting to you then
> you will be guaranteed a bad year.Look for the humor and just
> realize these other teachers and most parents DON'T <get it>. The
> day creativity is the most important thing and becomes what we
> cherish in our leaders and schools is the day when peace and harmony
> is in our world. you know it's important and you will get to see
> kids grow in ways that their parents and teachers never will. Good
> luck and remember> Nothings impossible>Pick yourself up> and start
> all over again.
> Sandra Barrick
> astroboy