#3GoodThings – #63

#3GoodThings – #63

(Written Friday, March 22, 2019)

…and so ends the week and here in France, we begin preparing for another weekend.

Let me tell you about..

Today’s #3GoodThings

  1. Let me begin with where my day began…. in downtown Ch√Ętellerault (see photo below). Today Soph stayed home and Dominic started a bit later, meaning that before he & I headed down to Poitiers (teaching day for me), we also had time to drop Timo off at school (he normally takes the bus on Friday mornings). A few extra minutes with my boys and this view looking across the Vienne River. These are GoodThings!
  2. Today was the last class with my Masters’ level students before the oral defense of their Busines Plan projects next Tuesday. These projects range from 58-78 pages in length – that’s a lot of writing! But many of them were quite nervous about the lead-up to the presentations. We were able to have a fairly laid-back conversation about practical ways to reduce the intimidation-factor of such moments. I could tell that, for some of them, that conversation went a long way to helping them prepare and a sense of job-satisfaction, while not always guaranteed, is a vital source of encouragement. It’s a GoodThing!
  3. By the time I got home, I was quite wrung out. I laid down on the couch for a quick bout of shut-eye and Liz woke me up about 2 hours later. (when that 2h nap begins around 6:30pm… you know you’re in trouble for the rest of the night. Yikes!). But… I’m thankful for it. It wouldn’t have happened if my body wasn’t needing the rest.

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