Thanks for most helpful guy :)
Makes sense. You really have a good head on your shoulders.
Thank you sir. I have my mom and common sense to thank for that!
Common sense is often very underrated.
there i go agreeing with Avicenna again!
@kymberz: I must be right if you agree!
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I know exactly what you mean about living in the middle of nowhere near San Antonio- I did that last year so my then-he could be close to work.
🙈 oh no thats terrible! My ex lived in cambpellton so if it was anywhere near that, i feel for you. there's literally nothing but land
It was Floresville, so not as remote (although Floresville is a complete armpit) but yeah, I know where Campbellton is-ex used to teach in that school district.
@avicenna wow, honestly wasn't even aware they had a school district. Floresville was actually slightly more populated, but i can definatly see why you hated it. That whole areas terrible.
Campbellton is part of the Pleasanton School District, which because it notoriously paid less than any other in the entire San Antonio area, was the easiest place to get hired as a new teacher. Yeah, I'm glad I'm no longer there.
I have friends that get paid a lot in Austin and San antonio, so thats sad. I can see why though, maybe because livings cheap also? I just know my ex only lived there because it was an oilfield job he had to stay on location for., otherwise he wouldn't have had.
Yeah, the San Antonio districts are known for paying well. I was going to try to teach there if I had stayed in Texas. Yeah, the oilfield jobs are big in that area.
and of course there's GBbbW making sense all over the place like usual - bahahahah!
@kymberz lol thank you❣
Rural Texas is one I've lived in. Very boring there.
i love rural anywhere! and there must be cows to tip over (?) or grass to watch grow? and that can never be boring!