Reading Time: 2 minutes Okay, my last post for now on Randy (five consecutive Mondays is a bit excessive…) Randy is into his 20th year teaching for the Des Moines Public School District. He thinks he has around 350 days of sick leave accrued. He says you can only bank 250. I don’t know what that means…but I do… Continue reading 350 days of leave! Work Ethic…Brag About It!
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2013 Year of the Snake…Fear of em or Love of em?
Reading Time: 3 minutes My sister Julie has had problems with snake(s) in her basement during the summer months in the past. She has actually learned how to deal with it rather admirably. I’m not sure if she had one last year or not, but I didn’t hear about it. Julie knows how to save em and send em… Continue reading 2013 Year of the Snake…Fear of em or Love of em?
Motivational Assessments…Right on Baby!
Reading Time: 3 minutes Back in February 2012 I wrote about motivation….and am continuing with this psychological feature of life. Sometimes I look back and say to myself, gee Amy you must be a pretty darn motivated person huh? So is my husband for that matter. We’ve both accomplished quite a bit at this point in life. But boy,… Continue reading Motivational Assessments…Right on Baby!
Interview Motivation & My Daughter The Hulk!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Original Post dated: 11-2-2012 In this week’s writing, I’m enhancing my blog from last week about job interviewing and encourage you, if you are seeking a job, to study certain traits to create a positive image during an interview (or for any type of communication with a human)! But first, I want to congratulate my… Continue reading Interview Motivation & My Daughter The Hulk!
Chicagoland….My Birthday….and the Riot Fest! What a weekend!
Reading Time: 3 minutes We returned from Chicago early this morning, say like 2AM… and I suppose Randy is a bit tired from driving, basically, since Friday morning when we left our hotel at 6AM for other activities! But I’m sure he’s enjoying teaching today! We went to Downtown Chicago on Friday and checked out the sites. I always… Continue reading Chicagoland….My Birthday….and the Riot Fest! What a weekend!
How My Past has Brought Me to The Present! The Student with 2 Brains ~ Part 17
Reading Time: 4 minutes In Spring of 1994 I took 19 credits, and I did really well academically. I like to relate it to the fact that at that time in my life, I had two brains! Yes you read that right! I was pregnant with my second child! Ahhh, the beautiful brain. FYI: Your brain weighs 2 to… Continue reading How My Past has Brought Me to The Present! The Student with 2 Brains ~ Part 17
How My Past Has Brought Me to The Present! Max the Manx, Something New and The Flood! Part 10
Reading Time: 4 minutes Original blog publication Jan 23, 2012 @ 06:00 January 1993. All is going well, traveling back and forth to ISU, learning, raising a child, enjoying married life and having my lovable cat Max (the Manx at my side.) Max Then once upon a time, Randy and I started to get an idea and started to… Continue reading How My Past Has Brought Me to The Present! Max the Manx, Something New and The Flood! Part 10
How My Past has Brought Me to The Present! Part 5
Reading Time: 3 minutes Continuing on from my post titled How My Past has Brought Me to The Present – as a Rehab Counselor! Part 4 I started working for the State of Iowa as a Clerk Typist III-IV at the Disability Determination Services Bureau (DDSB) in 1987. Disability Determination Services are state agencies funded by the United States Federal Government.… Continue reading How My Past has Brought Me to The Present! Part 5
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