At this very moment, it’s pouring here in Los Angeles. Even though rain is a great thing for our drought-plagues part of the country, it’s also a big pain for us Southern Californians. The main reason: We spend a lot of time on the freeway, and most Californians — used to the 361 days of sun per year — have no idea how to drive in the rain. Rainy days are no fun for us commuters.
Of course, the rain is a lot less of a problem if you’re not around to get dripped on. Last weekend, Josh was in Austin, Texas to work with teachers. Joel is in New York right now. And Jane and Josh are leaving very soon for the hospitable environs of Chicago, Illinois for the JEA conference.
If you’re going to be at the JEA, come find our booth. We’ll have samples of our newest materials and lots of cool gifts (especially for Club Ed members!).
In the meantime… Check out all the goodies on the TAPBB Blog. Laurie muses on report cards. Idie Benjamin — subbing for Carol — waxes philosophic about self-esteem in the classroom. And Josh explains how God delivers the kiss of death.