Saturday, September 6, 2008

Expensive Training...

...to wash tables.  Five years for a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and Early Childhood education.  Five years of working in a center, working my way up.  Now, here, I am still the one washing tables while the "teacher" is in group time with the kids.  Now I must say that: a. I am part time, b. hired not long ago, way after the teacher had been set, c. like the teacher.  But it just stirs me up knowing that I can do her job.  She graduated the same year I did so it's not like she has more experience.  We get along and she does not talk down to me at all, thankfully.  But some of the parents do.  I dunno, I'm just going to have to get over it because I don't really think the teacher is going to leave in the middle of the year.  So until June I'll have to suck it up.  I will.  AHHH!  Venting.  Just Venting. 

Do you even still care about my trips to the Dells and MN?  Is anyone reading? I guess I should still post a few pics.  Documentation that I do something other than waste time on the computer.

Did make a great card for my in-law's anniversary, but can't post until they get it.  You'll have to be surprised Wava! And have a list of other projects to work on once the creative juices start flowing again.

Goodnight!

5 comments:

Mom said...

I always care about your life...I like this blog thin...cuz even if I talk to you, I get to read more and see pictures too! Keep em coming. Have a good week at work!
Love, Mom

Mom said...

I always care about your life...I like this blog thing...cuz even if I talk to you, I get to read more and see pictures too! Keep em coming. Have a good week at work!
Love, Mom

Tina said...

I love reading your blogs. We haven't kept up over the years and now that I've found blogging so much fun, I feel like I'm catching up with you. And, I understand not being respected like you should...this will pass and you can always say in your head that you are just as good as the parents...you're great!!!

The W.O.W. factor said...

I thought you didn't want to teach? Are you rethinking that decision?

Patti said...

Well, no, I don't want to teach forever. But since I am in this spot, it's just hard to be overqualified.