Posts Tagged ‘summer vacation’
May 23, 2012 by Annie McCormick
I’ve been attempting to practice patience lately. I’ve been told that I’m way too impatient, especially with the tv remote. Technology has enabled me to have some things in a nanosecond and I have gotten used to it. Waiting at a traffic light seems like it takes forever, when it is really only 45-60 seconds. I could go through my email in that amount of time but I don’t have a phone that does email. Oh, well. It seems like everything is speeded up nowadays. Kids talk so fast I usually have to ask them to repeat what they said, slower and in English. Words are abbreviated for the sake of expediency as well. I’d hate to be a school teacher and have to deal with a room full of children with this kind of limited attention span. The educators of today are truly warriors. Not that they weren’t when I was in school, just a different kind. When I was in grade school (yeah, yeah…a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…) children were basically all taught the same thing in the same manner. First grade served to weed out the “A” students from the others. …Read More...