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Sep. 7th, 2007

My pc at work died today. Completely. Dead as a doornail.

Today, last period, I got some junior girls to turn on an oven in the cooking room, I got two more to mix flour and water, I got two to roll it out into a baking dish, I got two to take it to the cooking room and cook it, I taught about Passover and unleavened bread and then before the final bell, we ate the hot, flat bread *g*

Tomorrow, soccer prizegiving. Asher's team won their top level JPL grade, and Finn's team won their little C grade *g*

Darn, I have to go read Harry Potter...

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vivh
Sep. 8th, 2007 11:42 am (UTC)
Congratulations to to the boys, well done to both of them.

Wonder what the Korean girls thought! They have only minimal English *g*
Food can cross language barriers like little else... though of course it can create some real cultural boundaries too! - I remember with fascination my many chats with my Muslim girls about food they did and didn't like, and their complete revulsion at the thought of eating pork and bacon - shows how much our feelings and tastes are formed by our upbringing...
natesmountain
Sep. 9th, 2007 11:53 am (UTC)
-and their complete revulsion at the thought of eating pork and bacon -
That was a huge thing at Strathmore with all the Muslim children. Every food item you offered, they'd ask in a horror-filled voice if it had pig in it!

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