August 11-17, 2013: I Finished My Last Week of Paid Work

Greetings!

It’s been about a week since my last post. That’s because I finished my last week of paid work this week and I needed to concentrate on passing the baton and ensuring a good transition to the next director. I was really blessed to have that job, learned more about my passion–mathematics education–than I could put into words, and will miss everyone.

A few pictures are shared below!

With paid work completed, it’s on to treating the thesis as full-time work. I’m ready!

Z

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About Z. Sanders

I love to inspire and encourage, and I believe in counting the blessings (one will always be able to find SOMETHING to be down about, if one tries hard enough). A wife, mathematics educator, and mathematics education researcher, I love to learn and love to teach. I'm a tech-o-phile and avid reader, and I love to design and create systems to support creative work. I love trying new recipes almost as much as I love the Spanish language. A complete music aficionado, sometimes I'm a guitar student. I am trying to live with a faith God can SEE (not just one HE can hear). (I first heard this sentiment from Joel Osteen.) I am CONVINCED that kettle belling, line dancing, jogging, free weight lifting, exercise biking, and Barry's Bootcamp are THE combo! (Try it!). Those are important, because, well, if it's seafood or Mexican food, I'm in! Thanks for stopping by! Godspeed with your endeavors, and may you experience joy today. -- "Decide that you want it more than you are afraid of it." -- Bill Cosby

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