Sorry, Judy, but for those of us in Public Ed, these sentiments aren’t true. Next year our troubles won’t be out of sight nor will they be miles away.

If the fates allow, we’ll be together soon. (On the unemployment line, Florida teachers?) Until then, we’ll have to muddle through somehow.

Nope, we will continue to fight.

But it’s Winter Break. Time to let everything rest and listen to the song-sung, time-hallowed advice: Have a Merry Christmas. If you don’t celebrate Christmas, substitute your own holiday. It was funny today to hear students wish me a Merry Christmas or maybe a Happy Hannukah. Sigh, the last name confuses them.

(BTW, the p gives it away. Sampson is an English name, Samson a Jewish one.)

Time for rest . Time to recuperate.

Hard times ahead. But they can wait.

Time for rest, teachers.

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