Thursday, September 4, 2008

Building Bridges to Somewhere

I am so happy to be starting a TESOL Certificate program to teach English as a Second Language. Right now, I most want to work in an adult education setting, but that may change as I go through the courses. There's also the opportunity to teach overseas, but I'd miss Bry and Louie too darn much. Plus we just got this new backyard; who would read books on its grass, or eat the figs?

No matter your political affiliation, this, and all the cheers and jeers that proceeded it, is a sucker punch to anyone trying to improve their community.


Brian Barker said...

As far as learning another language is concerned, can I put in a word for Esperanto?

I know that Esperanto is a living language, but it has great propaedeutic values as well.

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Michelle Panik O'Neill said...

Esperanto! It's always intrigued me. Perhaps if Republicans and Democrats could learn to speak it, government would move a bit quicker?