Part 2 – 1st grade

When I entered school, my biggest problem  was my 1st grade teacher Antonina Pavlovna. *This is a cautionary tale for kids and their parents. Be nice to your teachers. This is what used to pass for educators twenty years ago. Antonina Pavlovna had many hobbies. She liked to exercise her vocal cords. She liked to exercise herContinue reading “Part 2 – 1st grade”

Must be a Genius

Tired of looking for my genius to spring forth in any athletic endeavor, I decided to try my hand, excuse me, my brain at language. I figured if my whole family was good at languages, I should be too. That’s my mother,  Professor of English language at a University. You’d think English would have beenContinue reading “Must be a Genius”