I spent an exhausting day in school and It has actually been a particular long week at E.B.I.B.W.S. This is the acronym for our educational institute. I'm trying to figure out how we could add a couple more letters. It stands for Earle Brown International Baccalaureate World School. Our grade level has really been working hard on standards alignment within our units of inquiry, fund raising, planning for our three day camp at the end of October, coordinating volunteers, and trying to keep up with paper work and lesson plans. Next week it will be getting all the fundraiser items packaged and ready to deliver to customers... yada, yada, yada.
There are people out there that think we just teach.
I slept until after 8:30 this morning which made me somewhat angry, but I guess the body is speaking. For excitement last night, I detailed the Monocog Flight. It needed it really bad after a week of muddy trails. Yes sir, I know how to enjoy a Friday night when the wife is out of town. Patti is in Chicago this weekend with her sisters and their Mother.
OK, I'm done. I'm glad I got that off my chest. I spent part of my morning walking the dog, doing some laundry, and grading papers. Gosh, I can't tell you enough how I am enjoying my bachelor weekend. The afternoon will be running errands, looking for some bib knickers for riding (please, no comments on this), maybe the Notre Dame game, and possibly some cleaning. Ugh! I can't stand the excitement. Tonight I'm joining my brother and his family for dinner at Buca di Beppo. My sister Gina will also be joining us and needless to say there will be large quantities of pasta and Chianti Classico consumed. Tomorrow....biking and yard work.
Oh the joys of bachelor living.