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It’s Been Too Long

November 6, 2013

Once I returned from France in July, it seemed like my life kicked into high gear again. Before I knew it, I was getting ready for a new school year, attempting to understand a new teacher evaluation system no one could adequately explain, contract negotiations with my local Board of Education, trying to be an effective union president, and oh yes, teaching my classes. And then the next thing I knew, the first quarter was over, and it was November! And I hadn’t posted anything since July. It goes by way too fast.

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So now I am back, in spite of the fact that I am well into National Novel Writing Month (8400 words and counting!). Thus, I am going to use this newfound writing energy to keep up with this blog with more regularity. I have many more stories to tell, some updates on my screenwriting, and thoughts about the current state of teaching. Lots of things knocking around in my head that will soon find their way to this page. It won’t start today, as this is a short message to let you know I haven’t disappeared. I will be back tomorrow with a much longer post–one far more worthy of my excellent readership. Until then, thanks for your patience.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 9, 2013 6:27 pm

    Good luck with NaNoWriMo! I wish I could do it, but since this semester is my last, it’s been pretty rough. I’m looking forward to seeing more of your posts. 🙂

  2. November 11, 2013 4:39 am

    Thanks! I’m cruising along. I’m at 15,642 right now, with more to come before I go to bed tonight. You already know the reservation stories, so I hope you don’t mind hearing them again!

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