Summer Work

We’ve moved to the summertime schedule at work, which actually means I will be working a few more hours per week, since kids can come in the daytime. It’s also a little different from week to week, with kids popping in at different times because they are going on vacation with dads who have flown over from Korea. The overall effect is that things are a little lazy, a little lackadaisical, because who really wants to learn stuff in the summertime, anyhow?

We chat with the kids more, hear about all the day camps they’re going to. Everyone’s a little more relaxed and it’s fun to hear about trips to the beach or the park or Science World. Personally, I think of it as developing students’ speaking and listening skills. I’m looking forward to the summer at work.

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