September 27, 2003

Degree in Humanity

Declaration to the masses (or miniscule following): "JERZ IS HUMAN."

I witnessed this phenomenon in my Friday Journalism class.

With muttered words, fumbling language, and overall un-togetheredness, Karissa and I noted his step from the composed professor persona to normal human being.

What a nice change to see that professors are human beings too.

(Karissa Kilgore put me up to this, that is K-A-R-I-S-S-A--We are in this together chica. If I get in trouble--you do too).

To Professor Jerz: Get some sleep and don't kill me for writing this. Please. After all, I am in 3 of your classes; you need someone to smirk at your Rainbow Hector Weblog.

Note: Karissa's blog can be reached for comments (complaints, babble, and overall nastiness @ Talk to her, she really wants to hear everything that I get.

How's that for links? hehehe 8-)

Posted by Amanda Cochran at September 27, 2003 11:55 AM

I still remember how I felt as a youngster when I ran into my elementary school teacher in the grocery store. I just couldn't process it -- it was too weird to see her there.

So teachers are human... who'd a thunk it? :) Thanks for noticing.

I've still got a pounding sinus headache and fever, but I'm "walking ill" -- Extra-Strength Contact works so well on me (usually perking me up a bit TOO much). So I don't feel sick enough to lie in bed, and I'm still trying to do errands and ordinary "dad at home for the weekend" stuff.

I plan to rest up tomorrow.

Posted by: Dennis G. Jerz at September 27, 2003 6:36 PM

we were sorry to see that you weren't feeling well; however, I do admit that even though we ought to be used to this sort of thing by now, it's odd to consider teachers as, well, human. I had better get used to it though, because I plan to become a teacher in years to come...

I do hope that you get to feeling better, however. Somehow, I think that journalism on 24hour Extra Strength Contact everyday would be a fiasco, but that's just my opinion B-)

feel better soon, Dr. Jerz.

Posted by: KarissaKilgore at September 28, 2003 12:33 PM
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