A Little Bit of Greek in the Gods

A Little Bit of Greek in the Gods

As a teacher in middle school, I always loved the myths and stories of the Greeks and Romans. The stories were full of some crazy wild stuff! God’s born from Zeus’ head and Zeus’ thigh. Giants with a hundred eyes blasted with a thunderbolt, scattering the eyes over the peacock’s tale. Blinding the Cyclops Polyphemus… And the centaur Chiron… now there is a hero after my own heart. He was a teacher for Hercules, Jason, Achilles, and Aesclypius. Teachers with magic powers! Blast that bad, bad kid with a thunderbolt! Teach literature with a lyre and a scroll… Love it, love it, love it… Ooh, that would mean Aphrodite and Eros! Cool beans!

1 Comment

April 4, 2014 · 1:31 am

One response to “A Little Bit of Greek in the Gods

  1. I mythology but I can never keep up with who is who.

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