I’d like to make it clear that this is my personal blog. While I work at the American College of Sofia (ACS) this is by no means an official ACS website. Here’s the ACS website if you’re looking for it. Thus if it’s not already clear the views and information presented here in this blog are my own.
When it comes to writing about ACS you’ll notice that I never post identifiable information about my colleagues or my students this includes names, photos and the like. I believe that they have the right to their privacy and that my blogging should not interfere with this. As such, if and when, I write about my experiences and impressions at ACS you’ll notice that I am much more likely to post photos of campus, descriptions of events I’ve participated in (Bulgarian National dance) or about books that I am teaching.
What is comes down to is that I have plenty to say about my own life and I don’t feel any need to speak for ACS nor do I think that I need to speak much about the work that I do at the American College of Sofia. The work I do is pretty standard–I teach English, I grade papers (I am human so I also grumble about this from time to time), I support students inside and outside of the classroom and I spend lots of time planning, preparing and preping for class.
So that’s that. I like where I work, what I do, where I do it and who I do it with. And all in all, I think this is about as much as a girl could ask for when it comes to work.