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Making new memories with my best friends, getting to meet new people, learning and experiencing new things.
Elvira Pulido, Magic Valley EC | Mission

An uninterrupted second cup of coffee.
Phyllis Suttle, MidSouth EC | Iola

New shoes, cooler weather and FOOTBALL!
Mike Weber, United Cooperative Services | Granbury

Mother buying each of us boys two pair of Levi’s blue jeans for the new school year. (We used them as work jeans at the farm the following summer.)
Manuel G. Treviño, Medina EC | San Antonio

Fuel for my brain.
Terri Henson, Wise EC | Decatur

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Waking up early and going to sleep early. Everything early.
Sylvia Armendariz, Magic Valley EC | Edinburg

New clothes.
Sheryl Beaver Calhoun | Via Facebook

A new Bic pen and a package of two-hole notebook paper.
Diana Mays, United Cooperative Services | Joshua

Getting up early.
Nancy Bellows | Via Facebook

New crayons.
Mindy Sides, CECA | De Leon

Robyn Richter | Via Facebook

Less time with my grands. My house is too quiet.
Johnnie McGraw, Farmers EC | Sulphur Springs

Everything gets quieter.
Diane Brady, Nueces EC | Ingleside

A Big Chief tablet and a fat pencil.
Kay Vernor, Bryan Texas Utilities and Rusk County EC | Bryan

The house is so quiet.
Marjorie Doggett, Deep East Texas EC | San Augustine

I only have to worry about supper and not lunch every day.
Roland Contreras, Bluebonnet EC | Burton

I don’t have to go. Happily retired PE teacher. I served the children of Texas for 30 years. I had a wonderful job, and now I’m reaping my rewards in the beautiful Texas Hill Country.
Mary Caruth, Pedernales EC | Fischer

Being intentional and disciplined.
Paris Hines, Tri-County EC | Roanoke

It’s time to tally another wonderful thing about being a retired Texas teacher.
Richard Brear, Sam Houston EC | Huntsville

Big relief for parents.
Kumar Varadan, Pedernales EC | Austin

Back to reality.
Judy James, MidSouth EC | Huntsville

Slow down and stay off your phone!
Ross Schumann, Pedernales EC | Dripping Springs

Back to my future. Without an education, you don’t have a future.
Suzanne Scheerle, Grayson-Collin EC | McKinney

Driving with more care and alertness in school zones.
Marvin Reeves, Pedernales EC | Kyle

A new beginning.
Leslie Rector, Bandera EC | Bandera

Coming up with creative ideas for daily lunchbox notes.
Triya Seshadri, Pedernales EC | Austin

Cooler weather is on its way.
Monica Miller, Bluebonnet EC | Bastrop

I can actually drink my morning coffee while it’s still hot.
Joan Adams, CoServ | Justin