Hump Day is here! Hope your week is going well so far.
Cincinnati has been cold this week, but we avoided the latest winter storm. While we were on the light rain side of the front, a more than foot (31+ cm) of snow and a fierce wind pounded my sister-in-law cross-state in Cleveland. Then again, is see that Boston has had 47 inches (120 cm) of snow in the past 10 days.
Now that was one crazy ending to the Super Bowl, which meant cheers for Audra and Mo, but tears for LB, Danica, and Christy. Even more interesting if one examines the important of events in the playoffs.
I’m in the process of learning to use Google Docs for conducting a survey and examining the results. For those who can volunteer less than a minute for five questions, please complete the short survey here. IF you get an Error on submission, please tell me in a comment and identify your answer to the cartoon question. This information will help me determine if your response arrived. Thanks!
Reminder that the next post is last act of Life: The Musical (Act 17) featuring songs with memory, memories, remember, remembering, remembered, or remembrance in the title. Show time is Wednesday at 9:30 pm (Eastern US).
For this week’s mid-week boost of satire, I’m using The Onion’s archival vault to for a journey through each year of school. As always, for those desiring a challenge, make your own satirical headline from the words in the headlines below the image. For those desiring an extra challenge: develop a headline that has nothing to do with school/education. My Combo is at the end (for those who dare to look, which is done at the viewer’s risk).
Have a good rest of the week.
Kindergartener being groomed for line-leader position
First-grade teacher apprehends mysterious coat-room urinator
Second-grade music student goes nuts with cowbell
Third-grade teacher sighs, then helps lost cause with long-division problem
Fourth-grade teacher to polish speech that it’s not third grade anymore
Everyone still remembers time you threw up in fifth grade
Group of sixth grade boys discover pile of naked women in wood
Seventh-grade life science class grossed out by having to dissect horse
Eighth grade reading list heavily favors stuff that sucks big time
Ninth grader thinks Romeo and Juliet might just be her favorite play
10th grade class watches Ben Hur for two weeks
High school junior wishes they are a senior
High school couples prepare for post-graduation breakup
My Combo: Juliet to polish nuts of naked Romeo in woods