Hi! I’ve got some Pictures of the Day from the last couple of (really rainy) days:
And another one bites the dust. This tree was dangerously close to the side of the lot, and we were thinking it was just about to slide down and take a significant chunk of land with it. So, my brother-in-law Arnoldo cut it down for us.
This is a beaded bird thingy that I have in my office. One of my students gave it to me a few years ago when I was teaching fourth grade… actually, now that I think about it, I think she sold it to me as some sort of fundraiser thing.
In any case, I’m having a difficult time with one of my current classes (the group is nice, but the logistics are a pain in the butt). Looking at this bird thing reminded me of two things:
1. You’ve got to recognize that most students are good on their own, even if things get frustrating when they’re grouped.
2. They’re still MUCH more tolerable than fourth graders!
Some books on my “to read” shelf. Actually, all of my bookshelves are “to read” shelves, since once I finish reading a book, I try to schlep it up to Colorado as quickly as possible to avoid it getting mold.
It’s the rainy season. Kind of dull.
This is at work, where the rain was speedily sliding and dripping down the chain link fence. It actually looked kind of pretty, until I remembered that it’d look like that until November or so…
There are quite a few things Costa Rica gets wrong, but plastic bags are one thing it gets right. They’re strong and almost fashionable with their white and colored stripes.
Don’t worry, though: I won’t get all “American Beauty” on you and proclaim that it’s the most beautiful thing I’ve ever photographed.
So, that’s it for now. Thanks for reading, and have a good one!
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