Miss Barney was the science teacher at our elementary school. She is responsible for bringing out the inner nerd in me. Always spewing out terms in Latin and Greek, she encouraged us to explore our interests and engage in wordplay. She even gave us Latin nicknames! I was especially excited when we were dissecting frogs. Most of the kids were done with their dissections, and I asked Miss Barney if I could continue my dissection so I could find the brain. She encouraged me to go on with it, and after a delicate operation, we finally made it to the teeny tiny brain within that frog. Thank you, Miss Barney! You inspired me to be a teacher.
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