RNF, Tour Edition

Random Neuron Firings

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If the forecast is true, it’s going to be 41 degrees and raining when we’re in NYC. Nice.

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“RSVP” stands for the French phrase, Répondez, s’il vous plaît. Translation: Please respond. People ignore it all too often. If you can’t be at my meeting, PLEASE RESPOND. If something came up last-minute and you missed the meeting, LET ME KNOW. If you totally forgot about it despite the notifications…well…I guess meetings are the least of your worries.

I always tell my students: “Do not leave me to my imagination.” Telling is always better than not telling.

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I think there are people who don’t like not being in charge. Sorry for the double negative, but the issue, for me, is doubly negative.

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I think there are people who would complain if Jesus himself planned the tour.

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I am looking forward to hearing my kids sing in that cathedral.

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If I have to deal with —best to edit here—, I am going to commit a heinous crime. Heinous. Heinous. I like that word. Anyway, gimme teenagers dripping with attitude any old day.

Blark. I hate everything. Especially rain and 41 degrees. And speaking of dripping: please, Poseidon–keep the squalls out at sea.

FO

6 thoughts on “RNF, Tour Edition

  1. Suzanne

    ACK good old Mother Nature, loves to try and take the fun out of everything! BUT as they say in Switzerland (and the Hettenvan household)–there’s not such thing as bad weather only bad clothing! Go prepared and with a smile on your face (which I know you will) and you will have a great time.

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    1. Rat Fink Post author

      Haha…wisdom from the Old Country — makes sense, ja?? Of course it does. Thanks, Suz. I have a saying of my own along those lines, too: Letting people get to you is a choice — it’s letting them. Take away the permission and you’re good.

      I owe you a long mail! ;-)

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    1. Rat Fink Post author

      Ugh! I have got to stop looking at the NYC extended forecast. It changes every day, and alternates from beautiful to depressing! I think I am going to need an umbrella. :-(

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