I hope we are leaving together.
Yes, this is my farewell.
Someday we may read banned books together again.
Only time will tell.
Are you new here? This one isn’t about you. The best posts on this blog are always about me.
Today was one of the most positive first days of work I have ever had as a school administrator. Yeah, I know. I’m shocked too. Personally, I think I deserve it after the toxicity from which I just rid myself.
Being new to an existing building has its advantages and disadvantages. While I am basking in the glow of all the positivity around me, I do not know the building very well which can be a huge disadvantage (even though I have a school map and an app for that). This is where you, I Read Banned Books visitors, come in. I want you to send me on a scavenger hunt.
Who: My lovers, lurkers, twisties, and stalkers
What: The Psycho Hose Beast Goes on a Scavenger Hunt
When: 8/17/10 – 8/22/10
Where: Higher Ground School (Yes, this is what I’m calling the new work location.)
Why: Because y’all worship me and know that I will go voodoo on all y’all’s asses!
How: Leave a comment here naming the item you would like me to find. I will post pictures of the found items in a follow-up post on Monday, August 23, 2010.
Disclaimer: I reserve the right to edit requests and/or photos and be a creative bitch in order to keep both my own and also my employer’s identities private. In other words, think before you order me to … I don’t know … just challenge me.
With that said, you are now cordially invited to challenge my superior intellect and sarcastic attitude.
Bo‘s comment on my last post has resonated with me for a few hours. Yes, Bo, I know it does … in part, at least. I made a call to my association today. I am going to file a grievance against the person who is harassing me making my work life miserable. I am also going to immediately request a transfer for next year. That is all.
P. S. Check out my new ring tone.
If you follow me on Twitter or Plurk, you probably read that I thought I saw a dead body on the side of the road on my way to work this morning. (Well, I do work in the hood, remember?) Thankfully, when I stopped the car and went to investigate (Yes, I needed to know for sure that it wasn’t a dead student.), I discovered that it was a couple of very full trash bags covered with a tarp. Believe it or not, I was quite disappointed, as I have always envisioned myself stumbling upon a rotting corpse much like the Stand by Me boys did. Little did I know was that I would soon face a different form of a lifeless body within the hour.
To be continued …