And all I have to do is plan five 30-minute immersion classes!
My most loyal readers may remember that while I adore my part-time job coordinating a reading enrichment program at the public library, I've also toyed with the idea of offering French classes for young children. But with two little kids at home, that's just not possible right now. (I mean, I can't even sustain a free storytime in French!)
But then last week, while I was waiting during Griffin's early childhood music class and chatting with another mom about how I got interested in French, a violin teacher introduced herself and said she was looking for someone to teach French for a half-hour a day for her week-long France-themed violin camp for ages 6-10! ("Celebrate the rich culture of France through music, art, and games," says the camp description.)
And she will pay me! And I can bring Griffin and Gwyneth along (and thus not spend more in childcare than I would earn)!
So that was an easy decision, n'est-ce pas?
Once they let me know in early June if the class has met its minimum enrollment, I'll start figuring out what to do. I can already tell that 150 minutes won't be nearly enough.....