BTW, it's raining like crazy here in Germany so I thought the picture would be great. *g*
Ah, I just remembered: I have to change my "jobs"-description! *grinning broadely*
I am so excited to start with the job! I will meet 15 to 16 youths who are together in a class. They have learning difficulties or problems with the german language and have a whole year to get their degree. It's a wonderful concept because that way the teacher has more time for each person. I will be there to lend them a hand in leading their live and to be there when they have problems. Meanwhile I have to juggle with some numbers and help a woman at the office with the accounts. I've never done that and I am really excited about it because I am sure that I can find foolproof ways to get the work done quick and accurate. I have a way with that. ;)
The job with the juveniles might be the opportunity to get some of the lessons of Tools out into the young ones there. I sure am happy to have this opportunity. They may have to learn that there is someone who wants them to do their work, be on time and everything we learn here at Tools, as well. :D Might be a good lesson for me, as well, to get them to sink even deeper into my brain. *laugh*
After all: To repeat a lesson is to learn it more easily and for a longer period until it gets into our subconscious.