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Perchance to Dream

They say that teachers don’t really get comfortable in the classroom until their 3rd year. Having reached that milestone, clean up on aisle life notices the change:

Today was the first day of school, and last night was the first time I ever slept soundly the night before the first day of school. I can't believe how little anxiety I have about this school year. I'm still shocked by the amount of work that is to be done, but I feel completely capable of handling it. And it only took three years!!

(But should we be worried that she posted this at 11:25 p.m.?)

Meanwhile, Ms. Cornelius of A Shrewdness of Apes reminds us that, even if they do sleep, educators this time of year may be prone to “teaching nightmares.” She lists a few of the classics.

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