· Mar 17, 2018 at 7:03 pm
We seriously had enough food for four people, all of it good, too. Except for the rice and beans. Those were typical fast food side dishes. But the cheese. Sweet Jesus, the heavenly cheese. And the service was exceptional.
I’m sure they have a Facebook page or whatever but I still like old fashioned websites: tacomadrechicago.com
And… Taco Madre delivers 🚕 🌮🌮🌮
#photos #tacos #tacomadre
· Mar 17, 2018 at 11:08 am
Peeps, on this gray Saturday here’s your listen-carefully-to-the-sound stripped down jam. Mick Fleetwood has always been one of my heroes but I kinda like this song better without him.
As a general rule I try to stay out of bands’ personal lives because their personalities can ruin the music magic. But I have always absolutely loved reading about the Fleetwood Mac soap opera.
Well, I shouldn’t call it a soap opera with it being their lives and all but what I’m saying is that this band’s history has been fascinating to me since like forever. The love, the relationships, the breakups, the sheer musical talent pouring out of each one of them.
I love them. Even with her “I keep my visions to myself” fruity-ness.
· Mar 15, 2018 at 8:56 am
I’m in the office by myself. Just working or whatever. I turned around to the little cabinet behind my desk and was startled by my own shoe.
Don’t ask me why I have one shoe on and one shoe off. I don’t even know why I was thinking that’d be a good spot for it.
#photos #fashion #worknews
· Mar 14, 2018 at 3:32 pm
Maggie was part of all this ❤️
Subject: Student Walkout
Date: March 14, 2018 at 3:08:23 PM CDT
As many of you already know, today there was a nationwide walk out planned. Here at the middle school level we left this situation in the hands of the students and did not make a specific plan other than if a student left a classroom they were directed to go out the front door where I would be able to monitor them with other staff members.
Not knowing what middle schoolers would do, we were prepared for anywhere between 1 and 700 kids walking out. The reality was that around 175-200 students were outside from 10:00-10:17. The students conducted themselves appropriately and ended up sitting in silence for an extended period of time. At no point did we as a school give them any direction other than to go out the front door and stay within a specific space.
I am sending this email to you so you can ask your own child if they went outside and maybe follow up with asking them why they did or did not do this. This follow up conversation is probably important to have so kids know what message they think they sent today.
Have a great day.
Principal GMS South