#3GoodThings – #24

#3GoodThings – #24

(Written Feb. 11, 2019)

Ahhh Monday you deceptive thing you! You hold the promise of a new week, but you hide it behind the necessary languishing that hangs on until at least coffee #2! (and then some!) šŸ™‚

Forgive my being overdramatic. Mondays aren’t that bad. The secret is having a good autopilot system until the state of “being alive” kicks in.

But it did… and I can tell you about…

Today’s #3GoodThings

  1. My students in Angers today had an in-class written assignment that took up the entire 1.5hr class. Trying to analyze a business case and make recommendations in your second language is not an easy thing on the best of days (let alone a Monday!). So I’d planned a little surprise and fortunately, the little supermarket across the street was open before class. I picked them up some individually-wrapped squares of dark chocolate as “brain food” that I handed out 1/2-way through. The loved it!
  2. Despite driving in the daylight on the way home, I found myself very drowsy at one point. No doubt the effect of a very busy weekend hanging on tight, in addition to the fact that I was driving during the 1:00-2:00pm window which, after you eat, can be a kicker for energy levels. I’m thankful for a safe drive home with no incidents.
  3. Finished a crochet project that I began last summer back in Saint John. As fun as it is to start new projects… it’s also really great to wrap one up. The sense of accomplishment is terrific

(Wondering why the #3GoodThings posts… click here)



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