Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Journey's End


Folly River, SC on May 28, 2011.

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8 comments:

  1. Oh joy, I do love sleeping in my own bed. Not so joyful ... hot and humid weather appears to have come home with me from Charleston. :(

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  2. Ooooh, beautiful ... :)

    Hot and humid, eh ... I hope that means you'll get some streaky light. I mean, if you're suffering anyways, might as well get something good out of it right? ;-)

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  3. Well, candis, I hope the sun cooperates so I don't mind being hot and sticky on the walk so much.

    BTW, if any of you are having trouble commenting, I wasn't able to use Firefox to comment at Candis' blog yesterday but Chrome worked (and IE might).

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  4. Oh the joys of summer...NOT! Andi, you can push that weather right on back to Charleston, 'k? ;-)

    Lovely, lovely sunset photo! I'm looking forward to using my new camera - should arrive tomorrow. I ended up ordering the Nikon D3000. It was on uber sale at Amazon and I had gift credits of $400 (thanks to trade in) - so the choice was really a no-brainer. Picked up a UV filter for the lens, as well. When my next set of trade in credits goes through, I should be able to pick up a camera bag. :)

    Lisa, how's the first free week coming along? ::is envious::

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  5. Gorgeous shot.

    No more students - only friends I've taught.

    Paperwork tomorrow - no meetings to plan for next year.

    A few more days to clear the classroom for the next teacher - leaving behind most everything, taking only mementos.

    I hope summer bike rides, hikes, and splitting wood will sweat out the weirdness of the feelings I'm having.

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  6. Back in town and very tired but it was a great trip. Bed soon.

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  7. Great choice, Maria. I hope you have loads of fun with it.

    Howdy, Dina. I'm sharing that tired feeling with you. Bed soon sounds like a grand plan.

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  8. ((((Jim))))))

    I'm sure you will be missed but I'm even more sure that you will be remembered by all the students you touched over the years.

    I've never read/heard you say an unkind word about your students or teaching. To me, that says alot.

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