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This is a discussion on Noncommittal Emotions And Confessions Thread within the ENTP Forum- The Visionaries forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by Jawz You're an emotion-sucking vampire, aren't you ;) Nah. But I would love to get all the ...
I feel so happy I think I'm literally going to cry. I don't know if this is entirely because of what just happened, or if it has something to do with my hormones being unstable right now since my breasts just started secreting clear fluid out of nowhere, again. Why, body, what the hell is wrong with you?
O.o that sounds........ AWESOME!
That's really great! (: You like working with kids? I always tell people I don't because I don't want to be stuck babysitting, but I'm a total softy around them.
Kids are awesome. They're so quick to accept you and then adopt whatever schemes you have in mind. They're filled with ideas, and they're not bogged down by the school system yet.
I was outside in the playground with them. I introduced myself to a couple of them, and soon I had the whole playground running after me, and I after them, a gigantic herd of crazy kids. And then, all sorts of different games that they wanted to play. After we figured out each other's boundaries, it was 'child's play'.
I couldn't understand how the other assistants and teachers were so distant. Just wandering around, keeping an eye on things, I suppose. It looked uninteresting. I know for a fact that you're allowed to play with 'em too, and there's no way I could resist that for long.
I would stop to chat with them for a moment, but then I'd get dog-piled by a couple dozen kids and get dragged away. It was hilarious.
They said that they couldn't understand how I kept up with 'em, and that they'd be going to sleep really good that night, thanks to me. I'm sure they did.
Of course, they weren't the only ones.
The other, stubborn and prone to fits of rage, ripped his homework in half and flung toys down the stairs when I asked him to do it. He was also quite upset when I accidentally broke his Playstation.
There were good times, too, but it was not a very pleasant environment.
I babysat them for a while, but their mom stopped calling me after some time. I'm not sure if this is because of change, or if I did a bad job. :)
Ah, well, you gotta take the good with the bad.
I'm not a parent yet, no! The idea is more than a little intimidating, to be honest.
I'm not even sure how long I'll last at this preschool. I figure they might look at me and think, ''All right, so all the kids love her, but she might end up breaking a few of them!''
Past experience shows me that I do really, really well at my jobs at first, but when the challenge is over, it declines and people don't like me anymore. :P I don't see how challenge could stop at a preschool-- But, I guess we'll see.
I've only worked there for one day and I was reeling. I should really get a hold of myself and get realistic, but it's pretty hard for me to stay on the ground when good things are happening. I'm always optimistic, even if I know I could get disappointed.