Reminds me of the Gear Daddies. Sing along now! "African Killer Bees are comin'!"
Wow. Good thing there are people out there who don't mind getting rid of them. Need I say I am deathly afraid of bees?
This morning I went into work to get grades finished, but since I rode with Andrés I ended up staying the entire day, helping him accept all the teachers' grades. We got home around 4 or so, and then set off to do homework.
|Homework again...and again...and again... :)|
The afternoon was a bit stressful since Agustín had done an assignment wrong and apparently the computer teacher wasn't very happy (he brought the homework in on a flash drive rather than printed out). He was quite sensitive about it (mostly angry probably since he spent 2-3 hours over the weekend working on it and the teacher refused to accept it and give him any sort of credit - not even let him bring it in printed the next day!) He had tears in his eyes most of the evening. I guess a talk to the teacher is in order. I hope Andrés will do it, though.
In other news, only one month into school and Nico has already lost his uniform sweatshirt. Yeah, it only cost $32!!! Ugh!!! That's the problem with uniforms - everyone has the exact same one!
|Making orange juice with Daddy|
The guard just called to let us know that Thursday morning we will be without electricity, since the transformers around the neighborhood are going to be fixed. Honestly, it is about time, since for the last few weeks we have been having serious voltage issues, especially at night and for some odd reason on Sunday mornings. It is no fun to be without electricity, but I hope they solve the problem.
Good thing it is a short week.
¡Que viva Guayaquil!