Delta Diary: It’s the new day that counts
The new year is about to begin, and I am surprisingly unmoved.
This year hasn’t been the best of years for our family. We lost my father-in-law, which has kind of thrown everyone off and strained my husband’s already-full schedule. I went back to work, which is a good thing in itself but which has kept me from being able to relieve my husband of any of his responsibilities.
On the other hand, I went back to work, which is a good thing. I enjoy working in a school, even though there can be serious pressures in being responsible for other people’s children. Spending most of your time with teenagers can be very tiring, but it also keeps you in touch with the world. There is no group of people more in touch with the world than high school students.
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