From a friend’s obituary: “She made teaching of Romeo and Juliet, To Kill a Mockingbird, Maya Angelou and even grammar, fun and interesting. Her classes were highly sought after by students, knowing that her wit and humor would make English their favorite class of the day. Years ago, her students complained about having to memorize Robert Frost’s “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening”. She had her then 3-year-old son… memorize the poem, and recite it in her classroom to her stunned students. They stopped complaining.”
Speaking of obituaries…
<digression> I am thinking of writing my obituary. Have any of you done that? I am not ill nor suffering from a progressive and fatal disease*, it’s just something that occurred to me.</digression>
* Actually, we all are suffering from such a disease: it is call life.