Welcome, fluent Spanish speakers! If you like Spanish, you’ll definitely like Senora Livingston, our Spanish teacher here at Shepherd. Here are some facts about her:
Senora Livingston was born in South Carolina. But that’s not the only place she has lived by a long shot- she has moved many times throughout her life and has lived in California, Brazil, and Uruguay, along with loads of other places. Her favorite place to visit was Brazil. Pity she wasn’t there during the Olympics!
Senora Livingston also has a brother and two sisters. She likes hot days best (don’t we all?). My old counterpart, The Person Who Died Of Boredom At The D.M.V., would be pleased to know that her favorite month is October. Hurray for skeletons![Symbol] Hurray also for Saturday and Sunday, her favorite days of the week (and mine and T.P.W.D.O.B.A.T.D.M.V.’s and… well, you get the picture). Senora Livingston has also posed as an interpreter several times. How cool is that?
Those are just some of the many cool things to know about Senora Livingston. We Shepherdians are very happy to have such an amazing Espanòl teacher!
By A. Nonny Mous
P.S. The Person Who Died Of Boredom At The D.M.V. wanted me to tell you that while at the Ghostly Meeting last week a Civil War soldier “accidentally” (or so he claimed) ate real pizza as opposed to the generic ghostly pizza from King Super’s (of the old-fashioned type). This sight was so traumatic that she is now relearning the difference between ghostly food and ghastly food (that’s Ghostese for human pizza).