This story is of my middle school…and I thought this pic fits in perrrfect for the incident..!!!
It was our Science class and Mrs Sinha somehow used to love me so much as I always used to score full in her subject.
What the teacher is, is more important than what he teaches. ~Karl Menninger 😉
Even in class, when she used to ask questions, I was the one who used to be ready with logical answers..;)!!! Some how we both knew about ourselves and about eachothers thoughts for eachother 😀
The best teachers teach from the heart, not from the book. ~Author Unknown
One morning..Mrs Sinha, was finishing her syllabus quickly …when my next seat partner started writing something on my rough note…(this was the usual ways to talk in between the lectures…oops did KL read that …lol)!
“It takes two to get one in trouble.” ~ Mae West
Couple of exchanges and finally we were caught..probably Mrs Sinha was not getting my 100% attention …lol…I stood up and she asked me what’s going on…? I was in a dilemma as what to say…should I be in trouble or should I put my friend in trouble…both the things are ethically wrong …lol, my silence made both of us to go through the punishment..and guess what…it was a Biology class and she made us to sing a Hindi song….lol
“The stage was our school, our home, our life.”
My friend started singing as she thought its better to finish n get back to seat…but for me…it was embarassing ….after that Mrs Sinha always teased me ‘Bacche mann ke sacche’ (meaning-kids with a true angel heart)!
“Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school.” ~ Albert Einstein
Our class was so good that Mrs Sinha consequently asked for being our class teacher for 3 years …;)
“One trouble with trouble is that is usually starts out like fun”