They let the kids come into the studio, so Abby took some pictures while I was at the podium with Justine Judge. We were both standing on boxes so the podium didn't hit us at a weird spot, and she was wearing flip flops.
At every turn I hope to advance the concept of teaching as a profession, one that deserves recognition and respect, and to remind teachers that we must be advocates for ourselves and our fellow educators.
After the interview, the guys in the control booth let me hang the feather on one of their lights. Super cool to think everyone who passes through the studio walks right by a symbol of the Flathead Nation!
This may have been the fastest three minutes of my life. I really hope my time with the President next week moves a little more like the pace of life in Montana.