This is fun! I always enjoy these posts. And it was fun learning that you met your micro manager there!
Did you ever wish you could become invisible or at least not be seen in public after you quit your job? I lied to my students the last time around that I was selling my house and moving to Florida.
Scouting them out at the airport, huh?
I've enjoyed your latest story series. Sounds like quite an experience!
Great answers that allow us to know you better. Take care.
Good to hear your answers! :) Especially about your Micro manager:)
Hi Red, I got busy with one thing or another and didn’t look much at the blogs I’m following over the last week or so. Wow, I missed a lot on Hiawatha House! I wish I could have gotten in on the questions. Anyway, I sure enjoyed reading all your answers in this post. As a teacher, I am truly impressed with your decision to teach in an area with a much different culture than you were accustomed to. When that youngster said to the Father, “He’s a white man” … wow, hard to imagine the challenge you faced. I think it’s a testament to your dedication that you stayed 5 years! Do you recall one time when I answered a bunch of questions on my blog and your comment was that you learned a lot about me that otherwise you wouldn’t have? It is true here and interesting indeed. I guess if you are still open to taking questions I will ask one more: Were you surprised at any of the questions asked?
So nice to read these questions and answers. No doubt your students learned a lot from you.. and you from them.
This was so much fun. I love nurses too! They are my favorite people. I guess nurses have to be micro managers. Then again, teachers do too.