Holidays and crazy bitch aunt who won't freakin' leave the house have been wearing me down. For real, though, I do plan to catch up with recording in the next couple of days.
Hope my email hasn't been working up either; any luck recording those lines yet? If you have holiday plans don't worry about it, I can wait a couple weeks.
Hey, my bad. My email's been a little wonky lately, and I've been dealing with finals. But now I'm home, and while my window of opportunity to record is a tad bit narrow, I'll get those lines in within the next couple of days, if not today. I am sorry for the inconvenience.
Hey, hope you've been receiving my emails for Wakfu; you're still needed for clips 5 and 6, although it's only 3 lines. Let me know what's up. (Hope you'll accept my apologies if I mistakenly told you I wouldn't need any more lines, though.)
I'm afraid I have not seen Tangled, but either way I am okay with that statement, haha.
Thanks! I was so nervous, but they all seemed to be pretty decent kids. Aside from them being hyper and at times easily distracted, they were easy to talk to and were pretty engaged in the lesson.
Liked you? Please, Jordan, that's demented!
(... and now I'm really hoping you've seen Tangled D: )
But really, I'm happy it turned out so well at the middle school! Hope it stays that way!
It's a requirement for the class that I teach 5 sessions of the Economics for Success curriculum in the Junior Achievement Program, so that I will be able to gain valuable classroom experience.
No metal detectors? Those kids ain't living.
Is the class part of an education degree? Or just for the heck of it?
Here's hoping Haas Middle School is nothing like Rockport-Fulton Middle School. You know it says something about the students when the school requires them to carry see-through backpacks. Little thugs. :<
Man, I really don't want to be you. All my teachers avoid middle schools like the plague. D:
Just gotta yell them down. Put those kids in their place. BRING OUT DA WHIP
Okay I'm done.