Thursday, October 11, 2007


At one time at school I knew who the teachers were. This is when I first started the Office Skills Technology class. I stopped going for about 2 years because work got in the way. Things changed at work and I started going to school again. My favorite teacher was there at the beginning. After I came back she told me how to get back into the classes. One day during class at night everybody was saying goodbye to her. She was going to another branch of the school. I was dumbfounded.

Yes there were and are other teachers. She was one of the few who really knew how to help me. She talked to me at my level. I learned from her. She taught me things about Microsoft Office I never knew. I was very sad to see her leave. I had no idea she would be leaving. We said goodbye. Actually she was saying good bye to the whole class.

There is this other teacher who was trying to help the students with their questions. I ended up liking her. I did get over my favorite teacher. I never really forgot her. I would think of the old days every so often.

I go into class tonight and ask my second favorite teacher to help me. She did. She showed me how to do what I needed to do. I went back to some more school work. I had another question and was looking for my second favorite teacher and saw someone sitting at the teacher's desk. As I was approaching the desk, someone said hi to me. I noticed it was my long lost favorite teacher. I was so glad to see her. She came back! We got caught up. I lead a boring busy life and she leads an interesting life.

Now I have my 2 favorite teachers at night and they can help me with my school work.

I just thought I'd share that with you.


The Phosgene Kid said...

My fourth grade teacher was my favorite - she was hot. Then she got married and broke my heart. But I saw her last year and had a nice visit.

Glad you are having fun with school!!

Anonymous said...


on a roll
with these blogs! i'm truly impressed... well, this and the fact that phos went to grade four (a full year beyond me!)

so you just keep on, LL, and one day you'll have that corner office executive suite on the 64th floor!

dream on -- and GO, LAMB! GO!


Little Lamb said...

Phos, I don't know who is my all time favorite teacher. I've had some nice teachers. I remember you blogging about your favorite teacher. I haven't kept in touch with any teacher like that. Thanks

/t. Yes, I am on a roll. Thank you. I don't know whats gotten into me, but I'm going with it.

Corner office? 64th floor? Well I guess, if its all mine I can live with that. :-)

Anonymous said...

wow, lucky you ..
your #1 favorite teacher and your #2 favorite teacher teaching you at night.
all teacher's should be so nice and helpful. i'm glad you are enjoing your classes.

Anonymous said...

foam ..... who really outta sign in..:)

Little Lamb said...

Thank you, Anonymous.

Yes, you should foam. :)

Anonymous said...

I am glad that it proceeding well for you Miss Lamb.

Little Lamb said...

Thank you, but what happened to Little Lamb? Lamby? Lambykins?

Hammer said...

Nothing beats a good mentor. They are truely special people who take the time to help others when they don't really have to.

The Phosgene Kid said...

I'm hot for teacher! I think Alice Cooper said that...

Crashtest Comic said...


My favorite teahcers were milfs.

Little Lamb said...

Hammer, You're right.

Phos, How does Mrs. Phos feel about this?

Crash, That figures.

Pink said...

Yay Lamb Chop!!!

I'm so happy you got the wool out and are bloggin' up a storm.

Hope you get that job offer with your firm but don't turn down that 64th floor. I hear the view is awesome from up there!


Little Lamb said...

The question is, is the 64th floor safe?