I Just Bought a Certification! My 1st (and last) Online Course.

I recently registered for a 120 hour online TESOL course. First of all let me preface this with I’m a social person. I thrive being with people. So the thought of staring at my phone/tablet/laptop for 120 hours in itself was enough to make me want to withdraw – immediately after registering! But giving up 3 weekends of bike riding, to go to a traditional class, was not an option. I don’t even know where to begin with my thoughts. So be prepared for randomness…….. HI HO HI HO, IT’S OFF TO SCHOOL I GO: When I “went to campus” as they called it I found that my course was 10 modules. So in my mind I was thinking……an average of 12 hours a module. Ugh! I got through the first module in less than an hour; maybe an hour and five minutes with exams. I guess the future modules …

For those who need validation….enter the Speed Limit Sign

I confess. I speed. Not all the time. Most of the time not intentionally. But I speed. And I’d be certain a lot of you reading this do as well. Heck, I’ve passed highway patrol while not paying attention. Fortunately he had better things to do. But think about it. The speed limit sign is just there. Doing nothing. An inanimate object with what some would say (jokingly) they thought was a suggestion. But it is the law. We are supposed to obey it. And in this world we live in where everyone gets a trophy; where so many need validation for the simplest of actions, the speed limit sign has been thrown in to the mix with a little bit of creativity to make you feel good about yourself. (Or not.) Yep, while out on a #CafecitoAdventures one morning we came across this creative and different approach to speed …