So Monday I learned the secondary school in Zalaegerszeg accepted my application, which is really stretching a point because all they had on which to base a decision was my CV. So when I received word that I’d been accepted I set out to start closing shop here and make the move there.
Then I trotted off to class today and I thought the class went really well with students reading at a high level and they “got” just about everything right off the bat. The nurse who comes an hour earlier than everyone else was outstanding with her grasp of new medical vocabulary and ways to talk to patients. So I kind of bounced my way home.
These days I don’t normally watch the news on TV, but while flipping channels from one episode of Tim Allen to another and one episode of Charlie Sheen to another, I happened to glimpse part of a story from the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire Programme and that’s when I did the head slap and face plant.
Here’s the link to the article about a southern Hungarian town that confirms the worst of what I’d heard and read about the far right in Hungary. The article includes the TV show’s video. Today’s artwork is from the BBC’s article.