Life of a Teacher
Exhaustion saunters into the vaults of my mind and finds a comfortable place to rest.
Life of a teacher invites both joy and frustration; joy at students’ progress and frustration at the school administration.
The ambivalent feeling occurs when I help students to graduate from both school and immaturity into adulthood. But as the students flourish in the real world, I get upset because of the amount of responsibility dumped onto me.
“You are a good teacher. Competent teachers do more work.”
Time gets upset and moves out of the way as exhaustion takes up residency.
I am tired.
If you are interested, the prompt is linked below.
April 25, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that includes exhaustion. Who is exhausted and why? Can you make art of exhaustion? Go where the prompt leads!
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