Highlights of our lives between snowy adventures.
Mere days after school started in January Sarah and I hopped the pond to try to get jobs for next year. (Hint: we did! See our next blog post for the deets!)
A long, chilly weekend in London is always enchanting. Most of our time was spent at the job fair, but we found time to walk across the city, exploring new neighborhoods and old favorite restaurants.
Back in early 2018 The Eldest and I cycled across the continent of North America in a single day (granted, it was the narrowest point in the isthmus of Panama), and I thought it might be a good idea for The Big O to join us for another go before we skipped the country.
I didn't realize it at the time, but these pictures from February were a love letter to the city; my last time seeing its beauty.
School hosted some fun events as well. ISP was the first international school and first school in Latin America to host a downlink with the International Space Station. Our students got to chat with two astronauts, one of whom is a friend of our friend and coworker Dani.
I also hosted our school's Carnival Day where the 9th grade math team has their students design games of chance and everyone plays each others' games. There are many fulfilling aspects of this profession that I've chosen, but teaching underage children how to gamble is definitely high on the list.
And then it was Carnival Break! In the last few days before the world stopped, we had quite an adventure and decided what our lives would be like moving forward. Have I piqued your interest?