Friday, November 19, 2010

Just sit with the idea.

One of my favorite people, Karin Montgomery Kaser, is a school counselor, who thanks to difficult economic times in education, must work half-days at an elementary school and half-days at junior high.  Everyone knows half-days always turn into a full's day's worth of work to do crammed into a half day's worth of time.  Here's the philosophy Karin has created to help her deal with her life:  "If I frame the daily absurdity with art and poetry, then some days I cry, but mostly I am happy."

1 comment:

Nancy Slavin said...

that quote is one for the books, thanks for telling us that Karen.