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Food 4 Thought Friday!

Food 4 ThoughtFriday!

A little feast without the calories!!

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Food 4 Thought Friday ~ This week's questions:

Breakfast ~ Who was your hero when you were a child, and what did you do to be like them? I remember thinking that my 6th grade teacher, Mrs. Bodrero was the most wonderful lady on the planet.  She was pretty, she was smart, she was sweet, and she kept our class under control.  I think her example was one of the biggest reasons I thought about becoming a teacher.  Several times in my life when I have done something noteworthy she has sent me a congratulatory note.  It means a ton to me.
Lunch ~ What do you think the most ultimate gift of the world is? Without a doubt the most ultimate gift of the world is the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ.  He willingly sacrificed because of the love He has for each…

Week in Review March 20

What a crazy, busy, fun, emotional week!  It seemed like I was working at warp speed trying to accomplish everything that needed to get done during the first part of the week so that I could fly to California the second part of the week.  Of course, as often happens when in a hurry EVERYTHING seems to need attention immediately which makes you feel even more behind.  Thank goodness Kim is not working this week, he is recovering from his surgery, but he feels good enough to be a terrific babysitter, chauffeur, as well as counselor for all the females in his family.

Wednesday I ended up with two meetings at work, one for the Civility Committee I am on and also a faculty meeting to work on the accreditation process. Preparing for accreditation is a monumental process and requires hours and hours of work.  I feel very fortunate that there are some incredibly smart people doing most of the work and that I get to ride on their coattails. 
 I was accidentally drafted onto the Civility Commit…