Re: Weekly vocab revival?
|From:||Adam Walker <carrajena@...>|
|Date:||Monday, August 21, 2006, 22:58|
--- Henrik Theiling <theiling@...> wrote:
> Dear fellow conlangers!
> Recently, I was thinking of reviving the weekly
> vocab. And the first
> step of continuation is, as we all know from TV, the
This is great. As everyone can see MY intentions of
reviving the tradition came to naught. I've been far
too busy with unemployment, spotty employment,
eviction notices and the dodging thereof, until 3
weeks ago when I finally got a full time job as an
English teacher at a small private school.
Now I have 6 preps every 2 days (block scheduling),
parents to email about missed homework assignments, a
Beta club to get started, a yearbook and school
newspaper to produce (or more accurately to supervise
the production of) and new details/duties poping up
left and right -- lunch duty, late afternoon duty,
morining duty, negotiating yearbook contracts,
redesigning curricula, devotionals (not for several
weeks yet), chapels (to attend for now, but to lead
later in the year) and there's always tomorrow for new
duties to pop up. I've already had one request to
start a drama club!
Adam the ever-busy
9 Debostu averuns judidu ul regu, vaderuns in al via, ed iñi! erad vidandu sis
al steja fi averuns spichudu in il ojindi, gata ad vinid ed pedizud subra jundi
fuid al credura.
10 Vidindu al steja, niregoderuns rexundimindi.