Buckwheat Posted September 27, 2022 Share Posted September 27, 2022 On 9/19/2022 at 9:00 PM, RhaenysBee said: that sounds like a nightmare to keep track of! when I used to be at school the most complicated schedule we had was weeks A and B. So how is this working for you? Like how long does it take to get used to? Is it more difficult to schedule other plans around work this way? Do you prefer the four versions to only one (potentially shitty) schedule? Sorry, I’m genuinely curious, never heard of such a complicated system before! It honestly is a nightmare to keep track of ... which is why nobody does. We just check the schedule again and again all the time. I don't particularly like it, or maybe I haven't got used to it enough yet. Some of my coworkers love this system because they say one schedule might be shitty, but then the next week's schedule is better ... the sad irony is, out of the four schedules I have this year, three are complete shit. Additionally, I don't have a permanent classroom and I have to check every time in which classroom my next class is and walk up and down the stairs all the time (our office is on the third floor, and I have some of my classes up there ... but the majority on the ground floor). On 9/21/2022 at 4:44 AM, Lany Freelove Cassandra said: Texas was brutal this summer and I've spent very little time outdoors, which makes me sad. My back yard has turned into a jungle in desperate need of help. Hello, Lany! It is great that you stopped by. I fail to see what is wrong with a jungle. More oxygen for everybody, right? On 9/21/2022 at 4:44 AM, Lany Freelove Cassandra said: Alex moved down here with me in March, and he's been nothing but a bum ever since. I've had to be mean mom and tell him he has to get a job or move in with his father (not an option either of them want) The only thing I really like about Texas is spending time with my family. The grandkids usually come over twice a month, and seeing my daughter nearly every week. Only see the older son every couple of months because he's a long haul trucker, but I love when he's here. This sounds nice, I hope your older son can visit you soon again. "My" students were on a hike last week and three of them thought of me and brought me a rock back from the mountains. So lovely of them. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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