Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by mountainexplorer, Nov 23, 2005.
Today I filled in at the school for a 1/2 day and I got a free apple caramel pie.
teaching what? cave painting, or chipping arrow heads out of stone???
I've never had a caramel apple pie. Any good?
No teaching- substitute maintenance supervisor at $10/hr... watching the boiler room, regulating thermostats, opening up the building, watching the parking lot (child loading/unloading), today setting up for thanksgiving chapel, and doing chores the teachers need done or need help with.
Pies came in for everyone... I was hauling stacks of them on two trips with the handcart and some parents carried the rest in. They were for faculty, but since my friend I was filling in for was gone, they gave me his. I helped out on the first day of school this year too and got a Sub sandwich.
I told them I'd volunteer to come in just before Christmas too.
i thought that was your job????
i remember reading that you were going to do that, and that one day youtryed to cook every one alive by cranking up the heat
That was when I was filling in for a week and a half last year. No holidays though that time.
I like it.
MAN,i haven't laughed that hard in along time.OHHH my sides hurt.
sweet,thats cool,bro.more people need to help others, what goes around comes around.
Oh yeah, I shaved the night before too. Didn't want to look too scary in case the receptionist's daughter stopped in.
mmmmm, do you like her? take her out in one of your many trucks. ain't never met a girl that didn't like offroading once you get out there.
Well the receptionist at the front desk is a really nice lady... and I tend to think of things in the future tense... and in my mind I always thought that I hope my wife has the same attitude and niceness way in the future.
Then the first day of school this year I was in helping out, and her daughter came in with her. She was very pretty and a few years younger than me. But I shouldn't be going after women who already have boyfriends, and she already does.
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