Is it true that women micro-manage more than men?
This term has been a heck of a roller coaster ride.
I’m actually glad to get the week off to go on a 5-day course (After I’ve survived the hell of planning relief for ALL my lessons, of course).
Not only the teachers are feeling it – the students are feeling the heat too.
Sometimes, I do feel sorry for them.
Even the really big ones that sweat alot and stink up the whole classroom.
What is hope?
For the hungry, its food.
For the thirsty, its water.
For the women hidden behind veils, its the day when they are seen again.
Good chance to get into the sun and satisfy the photography itch.
Although I can’t help but think that it might have been more therapeutic alone.
Sometimes I just feel so different.
New friend below the block! This one has a collar, though. Wonder whose?
“Class, what religion do the Tamil Tigers practice?”
“NO! They are Hindu! How many times do I have to tell you all? They are HINDU!”
I’m sorry. I heard a teacher describing her lesson today and couldn’t help cracking up in laughter!
We started out thinking she was a she, then she became a HE for awhile, and now it’s confirmed – She is a FEMALE.
Because I met the kind lady who sterilized her today.
With the Circle Line opened, getting there has become so convenient. Admission has become free. Not exactly the best tourist attraction in Singapore today, but I can imagine why it was considered THE attraction of its day.