Today marks the half-way point of this intensive teaching month. Even though my voice resembles that of an adolescent boy during puberty, I'm feeling fine overall. Sure, I'm tired on a regular basis which is new for me, but I'm grateful to have a job. Plus, I'm enjoying what I'm doing. In terms of sheer fun, it's hard to beat my morning science class. Just after 11am, young Jack was right on schedule in his attempt to lead us in the UCLA cheer (some students also called out "Texas, Fight" which was endearing, too). After he grew overly excited, I suggested we do the cheer silently while making exaggerated gestures. That actually went over very well and caused far less disruption for the class next door.
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