Thursday I started back to work for the school year. Last night I got to meet my students and their families. Tomorrow is the first day of school. This is all happening way too early, but now that I’ve had a few days to get used to the idea of being back at it again, I am ready. I hope this school year gets to be more normal than last year.
You know what the start of school means? That’s right Husker football is coming. Two and a half weeks and its here!
Also, one last comment on the Olympics, I swear. Can we just talk about how awesome it was that Jordan Larson got a kill to win the gold medal in her last career game! Amazing!
On to your flakes.
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