I haven't been teaching at this school since early January, but I just had the best experience there. The school was really nice to us seminary teachers. Even when I wasn't teaching there they gave me a birthday present (which I wouldn't have known about if it wasn't for Jen...Thanks!) and just this last Thursday I went for a visit and they got me a free yearbook. I had such a wonderful experience there and I'm glad I got to go back to say goodbye to many of the students. One student wrote in my yearbook that I should save his autograph, because it might be worth something when he's in the twelve.... :) Right afterwards there was a nice J/K. But it was still pretty funny. And with this kid I wouldn't doubt if it happened. I have a picture from my last day teaching there. I don't remember who wrote it, but I thought it was a great message. Well, I can't upload the picture for some reason, so you'll just have to visualize. It was written in black marker and circled three times; it read: If life gets hard, keep on going.
(posts from my two months in Monroe are on the way)