You never know…

This post you are about to read is meant for my students at the EOI Avilés. I don’t really know how many of you are still reading this blog, but if you are, I want you to know firsthand that I won’t be teaching at the EOI this course. It’s been a personal decision and it’s a temporary one ‘cause I’ll be leaving  you only for a year.
The truth be told I don’t really know whether I’ve taken the right decision or I’ve made a poor one, only time will tell but I felt I needed to spend more time with my children because,as you well know ,my afternoons and evenings for 20 years now have been filled up with teaching while my children stayed at home being taken care of by domestic help.
So I’m going to try something new; I’m not exactly thrilled about it, the feeling could be more or less described as being on tenterhooks but I feel my children deserve ( if their mother is given the option) to have their mother while they are at home and you never know… I might even like teaching teenagers ‘cause this year I’ve decided to teach at a high school.

Anyway, although I’m moving physically , you can still find me virtually in this blog which will be maintained and updated as usual.

Life is like a road. Just like any road, there are corners, detours, and crossroads in life .You do not really know where a road will lead you until you take it“. Adam Khoo

7 thoughts on “You never know…

  1. Te respondo en español, pues no me creo capacitado para:
    1º Darte las gracias por ayudarme a conocer otro idioma, como ningun otro profesor de idiomas que he tenido.
    2º Tienes razon, en cambiar el horario de trabajo para dedicarlo a tu familia.
    3º hacernos ver que atraves de esta web, se puede aprender ingles.Pues en otras ocasiones, lo intente con web en mi trabajo y no estan para nada orientadas a superarse en el conocimiento del ingles.
    Gracias por todo, y no cambies.

  2. No hablo en nombre de todos, pero sé que que la mayoría está conmigo cuando pienso que en un año has conseguido que todo el mundo te admire y te respete como profesora y como persona. Debes de estar muy orgullosa de ello.
    Te echaremos de menos.

  3. Hi Cristina!
    When I have started to read your post I said to my wife :”Oh, bad news!”.However, when I have finished it ,I thought that you are a privilege and so are your children, because they are in an important moment of their life to build their personalities. Anyway it´s a bad new for me and for the Aviles EOI´students because we have lost a gorgeus teacher and a great person.Honestly I was hopeful that I could have my favourite teacher next year but it won´t be possible. Lucky teenagers!.I want to wish you good luck with your new work and probbably with a new life .Well I hope to be your internet student. See you soon!

  4. Jopetas!!! que poquito te pudimos disfrutar…..menos mal que siempre nos quedará tu blog.

    Espero que todo te vaya bien, y envidia me dan tus nuevos alumnos!!!!

    Un abrazote guapa!!!

  5. Gosh!! Thank you very much . You really know how to make someone feel good. I really appreciate all your comments in this blog and also the ones some of my students have privately sent to my email.
    Now , it’s my turn to reciprocate and say that it’s very easy to teach when you’ve got a whole class of students willing to learn. You’ve given me a lot of good moments and memories to keep. But let’s not get too sad because it’s not a goodbye , it’s a “CU next year”. It’s been a pleasure to teach you!

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