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THE TEACHER’S DESK: Violin escape THE TEACHER’S DESK: Violin escape As summer gives way to fall, the school building has become a little more humid, as if the educational structure is finding its balance between the seasons (There’s a metaphor there, I am sure). The air in the halls is a little thicker, and the kids wander dutiful through it, pushing back their tangled bangs and cleverly positioning their cell phones amongst their books; hence they can see that detrimental text during the few minutes they are in transit. As summer gives way to fall, the school building has become a little more humid, as if the educational structure is finding its balance between the seasons (There’s a metaphor there, I am sure). The air in the halls is a little thicker, and the kids wander dutiful through it, pushing back their tangled bangs and cleverly positioning their cell phones amongst their books; hence they can see that detrimental text during the few minutes they are in transit. The humidity definitely adds to the tedium of the day — that circadian routine that suggests a dullness in life. One hopes that the classroom is a refuge from that dullness, and in said classroom, one hopes there erupts some color, even a little noise. The humidity definitely adds to the tedium of the day — that circadian routine that suggests a dullness in life. One hopes that the classroom is a refuge from that dullness, and in said classroom, one hopes there erupts some color, even a little noise. Contemplatively, I think monotony is inevitable in routine, even though the routine is necessary. However, I wandered through the day a little more enthusiastic, regardless of the humidity and dampness on those painted cement walls. If my room were that metaphorical ship, it would have been sailing through the fog toward a lighthouse that would appear in my fifth block class. Contemplatively, I think monotony is inevitable in routine, even though the routine is necessary. However, I wandered through the day a little more enthusiastic, regardless of the humidity and dampness on those painted cement walls. If my room were that metaphorical ship, it would have been sailing through the fog toward a lighthouse that would appear in my fifth block class. A few weeks ago, I invited a former student, Brooke Way, to return to Corbin High School and perform for my Creative Writing Class. I actually, shamelessly, accosted her while she was on a walk and inquired if she would be interested in performing for the class. Her face lit up, and she agreed on the spot. A few weeks ago, I invited a former student, Brooke Way, to return to Corbin High School and perform for my Creative Writing Class. I actually, shamelessly, accosted her while she was on a walk and inquired if she would be interested in performing for the class. Her face lit up, and she agreed on the spot. Brooke Way is an accomplished, professional violinist, and her accolades surpass the mere word accomplished. I was overjoyed when she agreed to play for her alma mater. Brooke Way is an accomplished, professional violinist, and her accolades surpass the mere word accomplished. I was overjoyed when she agreed to play for her alma mater. After a couple of weeks navigating mutual schedules, the day finally arrived, at which point I had helplessly invited four other classrooms to the event. It had become “The concert” in my mind. After a couple of weeks navigating mutual schedules, the day finally arrived, at which point I had helplessly invited four other classrooms to the event. It had become “The concert” in my mind. Reflectively, Miss Way was a student in my Creative Writing class several years ago. I was truly impressed with her creative abilities in her writing and often inspired. As a student, she was very respectful and somewhat reserved. However, as the concert proceeded, she was not so reserved. Reflectively, Miss Way was a student in my Creative Writing class several years ago. I was truly impressed with her creative abilities in her writing and often inspired. As a student, she was very respectful and somewhat reserved. However, as the concert proceeded, she was not so reserved. I introduced Miss Way, warning my kids with a stern eye to be respectful. Before taking my seat, I acknowledged her talent. In retrospect, my words seem like an understatement. I introduced Miss Way, warning my kids with a stern eye to be respectful. Before taking my seat, I acknowledged her talent. In retrospect, my words seem like an understatement. Then, she took the stage. And I mean she took the stage. Her presence held no worry of the teenage angst that might sit in front of her. The performer took control. She made the whole presentation remarkable, talking and interacting with the students with no need of a teacher standing guard in the audience. No, she held their attention more than any threat I could drivel out. I was thrilled. Then, she took the stage. And I mean she took the stage. Her presence held no worry of the teenage angst that might sit in front of her. The performer took control. She made the whole presentation remarkable, talking and interacting with the students with no need of a teacher standing guard in the audience. No, she held their attention more than any threat I could drivel out. I was thrilled.

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