Saturday, September 22, 2007

No, I haven't . . .

No, I haven't fallen off the face of the planet.

I've been teaching -- and that's an accurate statement for my current job. I, occasionally, substitute teach in a surrounding-area school district. I love the elementary age. They like learning -- most of the time -- and they haven't turned lippy, yet. If you have a teenagers, middle school or high school, or have ever been around a teenager, you'll understand. My current teaching assignment is for a straight six weeks and requires grading, extra meetings, student assessments, etc. Real teacher stuff. I love the school and the kids are . . . well, they are nine and ten year olds, what's not to love?

However, I've been a little busy. Between grading papers in the evening and still working on Fast Draft, there's been no time for blogging.

I miss visiting your blogs and hope to be back soon.

Until then, happy writing to all of you.


Jennifer McKenzie said...

Sounds VERY busy. We'll be waiting for you to get back.
You're a brave soul to be working with teenagers.

Andrea Geist said...

I fall off the face of the earth 5 days a week. But then I sleep and write and read on the weekends. I miss you on the blog, too. xoxo

Donald Douglas said...

Glad you're staying busy, Sandra!

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