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Monday, February 7, 2011

A Monday. For Some Wow! For Others Nooooooo.

Hello Troops,
Just about to leave for the Space Center. Thought I share a few things to get the week off right.
It's a busy week at the Center. We have double schools (field trips that go from 9:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.) on Wednesday and Thursday. I've got SEP parent conferences on Wed. and Thur and our 9:30 - 1:30 field trips on Wed - Fri all have about 35 kids in each class meaning all four simulators will be in use. Yep, a busy week.

Now this is what I call dreaming big.

And this one gets the Monday Imagination Award. Clever and worthy of a mention

And finally, I present the sad story of Kade the Koala. He once had a beautiful wife (Koala Anderson), nice sports car, hugh house... And now? Only an apple and cold concrete beneath him. It could be any one of us sitting there in his place except for the Grace of God. Let Kade's story of greed, ambition, love and loss at any cost be a lesson to us all.

Perhaps you should bring an apple to the Space Center for Kade when you come in to work or volunteer. I'm thinking we will call this new charity drive Kade Kare. Your Thoughts?

Mr. W.


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