For any of you who are not aware of my husbands occupation, he teaches Chemistry at the community college here. Yes, I did say Chemistry. I know EWWW. When I had to take Chemistry at BYU, I made him do my homework and then I bluffed my way through the tests. At least that is the way I remember it.
Anyway even if the budget cuts are going to limit the amount of extra classes he can teach, which by the way we count on for a few of life's little amenities like food and housing, at least he has tenure. And so until the government fails, which may be sooner than later, he will at least have some job. I am very grateful for this as I see so many others facing unemployment.
And due to the success of Diana's first video presentation, I have decided to make it a permanent feature here on the Hamster Wheel. In my obsession with alliteration, these little video diaries will be titled "Dramatically Diana". Those of you who know her in person will agree that this fits her to a tee. Maybe some day she will like to look back and see how she saw her everyday life. If we still have electricity, that is.
My only disappointment is that she is a bit shy in front of the camera and does not exhibit the same passion in the telling of exciting things. But still you get some idea. And so for posterity here is her report on her day at work with her Dad. Well not with her Dad, but her day at the place where her Dad works.
I loved that she explained that she did not build the plant, but instead that she just planted it. And who ever heard of a dental muesum complete with George Washington's teeth and a necklace of teeth made by a dentist who gets his paitients drunk so he could pull out their teeth. Now there's some education for you, huh? Also loved the part where she outed me for making her share. So funny. And so true that she bears the brunt of me since the boys will have no part of performing for the blog. Sorry dear, it is your fate in life, might as well embrace it.
And any day where you get to see George Washington's teeth has to go down as one of your best days ever, I am sure.