I’m at that age now where it seems that no matter where I turn all I see are engagement rings, weddings or babies. But I am so not ready for any of those things, is it bad that I still think of myself as a 21-year-old? It’s not that the idea of settling down scares me, it’s just that I feel like there’s so much I haven’t done or seen of the world that would be easier to accomplish before husband and kids come along.
So, the answer I was trying to get out of them (and failed miserably to) was that Trinity means three in one, as in God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit all rolled into one God. Well, in my defense, the mystery of the Holy Trinity is a difficult concept even for adults to grasp so I really had my work cut out for me that week – I teach the younger class so we’re talking about 4- to 7-year-olds.
I have to admit, this happens way too often in one day. For some reason when I open my phone, the very first thing I do is check those notifications (no matter how insignificant they may be).
How is it already May again!? I swear this year is just flashing by… anyone else feeling the same? May is always a busy month because of finals week coming up. If you think exams are stressful for students, it’s just as stressful for teachers (especially private tutors). We have that added pressure from the parents: “we paid you to improve our kids’ grades, so those grades better be good” kind of pressure (even if they don’t say it straight).
Being a teacher, I’ve encountered my fair share of jokes. From riddles to puns to trick questions to knock-knock jokes, I’ve heard them all. So it’s a rare moment when a student can still ‘get me’ with one of their jokes. This comic was one such moment.