A Fitting Way to End the Week of Teaching

On a Friday at the end of another crazy COVID week teaching, what is a fellow supposed to do? If you guessed chill out at a coffee shop you would be correct. Normally on a Friday I would come home right after my afternoon class because Friday is my methotrexate day meaning nap time. But I went to the coffee shop.

The coffee mug they gave me to use was so fitting for my mood.

Yes Tigger from Winnie the Pooh was my coffee mug. The bouncing crazy cartoon character so represented my brain after another week of teaching during this pandemic. 🙂

Today I will meet my friend from Venezuela to help her with her English, so she can achieve her goal of becoming a dentist here. Then I will meet my friend from El Salvador to eat Pupusas. Then perhaps back to the coffee shop to hang out a while and do something maybe a little constructive like tell people some of my jokes

What are your Saturday plans?

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

19 thoughts on “A Fitting Way to End the Week of Teaching

      1. Yes sir. The Young Messiah is awesome. Nobody sings “Comfort Ye” and “Every Valley” like Matthew Ward. Come to think of it, few people can sing like him, period.

  1. Cool mug, I spent my Saturday cooking in the morning, going to a Christmas concert in the afternoon and some quiet family time in the evening.

      1. Great question. Both are beautiful. The mountain sunsets are more majestic, and the beach sunsets are really peaceful and relaxing. It was really pretty tonight. I still miss home, but I’m liking it here more every day. I definitely enjoy the temps in the 80s right now. The weather here is just about perfect during the winter months. Not very humid and usually in the 70s or 80s. 🏖🌞🏝🐊

  2. I’m glad you get to take these little coffee shop breaks!!
    I’m behind in reading this post—but last Saturday I watched Paige do girls wrestling for the first time!!! It was a lot of fun!! I’ll have to blog about it!!

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