Thursday, June 12, 2008

Buh-ma-muh-ma-muh-ma-muh-ma...

I turned in my records book, my report cards, cumulative folders, portfolios, and end of year checklist a few hours ago. I feel really empty now that break is here. Here is an image of some of my notes from the teacher's meetings last Monday. I'm not sure if this makes me a bad teacher, or an awesome one...

5 comments:

swinte said...

That means you've got plenty of time to work on your big show! As your agent, let me tell you we've got some work to do.

To do list:
* Talk to galleries around town (agent dirty work) - target Art Walk in July or August
* Select pieces
* Matte pieces
* Frame pieces
* Create PR "business card" website (agent dirty work)
* Profit!

Teachiro said...

Definitely means you're an awesome teacher. I often keep in-service notes only for the margin doodles.

Also the emptiness you feel says something about you. When I got done with all my stuff I only felt an emptiness of stress.

Congrats on getting your Masters on!

Mike Lawrence said...

Congratulations on wrapping up your masters and the school year kuyler. Obviously this drawing means you are an awesome teacher. Batman has taught the world many things, such as how to deal with the death ones parents (a lifelong homicidal quest for vengance is now prescribed by most grief therapists) and the supreme importance of the grappling hook.

Nothing said...

Man, I never even listened in my teacher meetings. Mostly, I didn't even get as far as drawing anything...I mostly sat there with my mind a complete blank. Or, I thought about ice cream.

Autumn Sunshine said...

it basically makes you a bad ass teacher