This post finds itself onto the blog half way through the school year. The semester has come and gone. No, it's not a big deal in the big picture. But those of us that live and breathe and plan things around a school calendar (as sucky as this one is--after all, who in the world would only give a few days off before Christmas Day?)--sorry for digressing--the semester brings a new life to the school year and classes.
It's time for new seating charts, new material, new attitude. Renewal I suppose. Not quite spring.
Our new semester will bring Ecology and Classification and Biomes to Biology. Chemistry will see Atomic stuff come to a close, and we'll start gas laws I think. Probably. Either that or thermochemistry.
So, for those that have come along for the ride this semester--thank you for your support and friendship. For those students with kind words and gestures of appreciation, again, I thank you.
This has been an interesting semester.
And I've had a great time.