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For Educators, Life Is Good

Lifesgoodogosjpgw300h303_3 Apparently, not all teachers are whiners, naysayers, and worryworts.  Maybe it's just me. 

According to this story from a couple of months ago, educators are among those most devoted to the popular line of t-shirts and hats known as Life Is Good.

It's Friday, and September is almost over.  So life must be good.

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Yes, for all our whining and complaining, life is still so good. I came across a really great cartoon that said: Life is like spaghetti. It's a mess. But it's soooo good!

Of course life is good when:

1) you get a degree that is considered one of the easiest to get on any college campus;

2) you get off work in the early afternoon and have weekends and summers off;

3) you get automatic raises and a job for life, and can't be fired unless you commit a felony (and even then, maybe not).

We'd all love to be so lucky.

Please, Contrarian! I am so sick of these ignorant responses to teachers having it so easy. I challenge anyone to do my job! You wouldn't make it past the first year, and that is not a complaint. I love what I do, but it is hard work and getting a teacher ed degree on top of having to have a major in a particular subject is not fun or easy for that matter. I don't know what you do for a living, but I would NEVER pass judgment on your working conditions if I didn't know what it was all about.

ps....I very rarely leave at 3, plus I bring work home!

ps....I very rarely leave at 3, plus I bring work home!

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