I teach High School for a living. It's quite a challenge--but I wouldn't trade it for a million dollars. I have breakfast with 3 students every morning. I always offer them something to eat--but 2 of them eat at home and 1 gets breakfast from the cafeteria. I keep instant oatmeal in my classroom for a kid who wanders in who hasn't had breakfast or for the kids who need breakfast. Over the last few years I've had breakfast and lunch bunches where I provided the food and they provided the company. So this year I tell the 3 girls--I really need to do something--I've been eating way too much chocolate. So I say--I think I'm giving up chocolate for Lent. One of the girls said--Wow--you can do that. I said--Sure I can. So the 2nd girls says--you know--if you can do it--we can do it too. The 3rd one says--yea--let's all give up chocolate together for lent. I said--Are you sure? They said yes. So I said ok-let's do it. Teaching in a public school I was a little worried about this--but figured it would be ok. The 1st girl asks--When do we start? I tell her when Ash Wednesday is. The 2nd one asks--how long does it last? I tell her it ends on Easter. It's 40 days. I figure we're doing pretty good. The 3rd one waits about 2 minutes and says--Miss P--what's lent? It turns out 2 of them(who are 2 of triplets) are temple buddhists and the 3rd one has no real religion. I bought the 3 of them little chocolate bunnies for Easter.