Hey, this is what the credential program is all about! 🙂
Heidi and I have formed the band “Oxymoronic” and will release our first album shortly. It’s a mixture of classic baroque chamber pieces and pure head-banging fun. Heidi is the lead singer while I take the guitar and piano. Somebody plays the drums, I’m sure. I’ll list a few song titles from Oxymoronic’s greatest hits EVER. This is the best of the best, people. Every song made it to “America’s Top Ten” yesterday.
Album- Hope is Stronger Than Memory
1. Together Alone
2. Sweetly Mean
3. Simple Calculus
4. Basic Maestro
5. High Low’s
6. Always Never
7. Hideous Beauty
8. Forgotton Memories: Hope is Stronger Than Memory
9. Repulsive Allure
10. Frozen Fire
11. Mournful Cheer
12. Moronic Genius
Look for our first album in stores or online tomorrow! After that, it’ll be sold out.
School is officially back in session. It’s the beginning of the fifth week and definitely one of the craziest quarters ever. The professors are luny, I’m going insane, and all the other credential students are batty. Don’t send your kids to us until we’ve had treatment! I’ve always read in books that scholars have soft hands. It’s a myth, people. There is definitely a callus on the middle finger of my left hand and my elbows are rough.
If this were a lesson plan, that little introduction would be called the anticipatory set. It’s sort of like your opening words, but, naturally, way more scientific. And I would have mentioned something about SDAIE, SIOP, ELL, TPA’s, GATE, BICS, CALPS, RTI, TPR, RICA, BPST, or NCLB. No, I wouldn’t dare make a joke about it. It’s just way too serious for anything lighthearted like that.