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.

3 comments:

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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