A second round of Crandall special was made to serve with chicken and pasta and we finally brought the volleyball out last night (after some fierce rounds of Corn Hole). I may have hooked Lossine into watching Big Brother with me, too (which will make Casey, mom, and Dave really happy).
Seriously, though - the personalities of Abu and Lossine mesh beautiful with the ongoing work with teachers and kids attending CWP-Fairfield programs (as I've said for a while now, both of them should have become educators, too). They network beautifully with faculty who are around on campus and weave seamlessly into classrooms where they are of assistance and expertise.
Next week, Ubuntu Academy begins and they will spearhead another year for relocated and immigrant youth attending Bridgeport Public Schools (this time up, Kwame Alexander's Booked).
Just when I think I'm exhausted and I head upstairs for a nap, I hear the laughter of fools downstairs and instantly I'm drawn back to the tomfoolery. It's too much fun for sleep.
Time to head into work. Happy Thursday.