Monthly Archives: May 2006

Baby Brother

For anyone who doesn’t know: the opportunity to teach in Russia never actually materialized. The man in charge went with either someone more qualified or someone who’d applied earlier. He strongly suggested that I apply again next year, but the … Continue reading

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Good-bye

That’s correct—surrounded by so many people that she brought into the pool (and the people they brought into the pool), who all assured her that it was okay if was done swimming, my grandma got out of the water. It … Continue reading

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Teaching English in Russia

I spoke with the man on the telephone this evening, and while the interview seemed to go well, he explained that he also has another candidate on the line. He said that he would be letting me know very soon, … Continue reading

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Grades

I got my grades back!! It was my highest GPA since sophomore year—2000-2001!! This is really quite astounding. In other news, I have recently learned about an opportunity to go to Vladimir, Russia to teach English for nine months to … Continue reading

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Mission Accomplished

more pictures available here. Also check out my conference pictures. I suppose I should finish telling the story about leaving the conference, by the way. I think I’ll just keep it limited to highlights. I attended four meetings in the … Continue reading

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Dear Dr. Laura

Thanks, Esti: Dear Dr. Laura: Thank you for doing so much to educate people regarding God’s Law. I have learned a great deal from your show, and I try to share that knowledge with as many people as I can. … Continue reading

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How Long? Not Long.

I’m going to be a real live college graduate. It’s a bit difficult to believe. A bachelor’s degree. I especially didn’t think it was going to happen after returning to Russian class last week, when I’d returned from the conference. … Continue reading

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