The thing about Spring Break is that it gives me too much time to think. In theory, this is a lovely thing! Who wouldn’t want a little extra time to sit around and contemplate the nature of life, the universe, and everything?
Hello Rewinders! Sorry about last week. I started writing the post Sunday afternoon, but I was waiting for my date to show up, and he showed up before I got it posted… and then I didn’t get home until it was already Monday.
Especially when Spring Break is so close! You know that feeling, when you don’t want to do anything, and contemplate taking some time off…
Well hello there Rewinders! If you were here with us last week, you’ll know that I was busy fixating on a boy. And yes, definitely a boy, age notwithstanding. The thing is that I was fixating because he changed his behavior in a drastic way, and I didn’t understand. I wanted clarification of what I had done to cause such a drastic reaction in the first place, but I’m not worried about it… not the way I think he might be still.
Good afternoon Rewinders! I seem to have a pattern of good weeks followed by bad weeks. If that’s really true, this coming week should be phenomenal!
The short version: I am so awkward that I managed to show my crazy (as one of my co-workers would say) to the gentleman that took me out last weekend, and now I’m being ghosted.
Or at least I’m 97% certain that’s what has happened. I’ve been kind of fixating on how to fix it, which of course always makes it worse, right?
Good afternoon Rewinders! This week has been a slew of good days and a few new beginnings. I began reading a new book. I began overcoming my fear of failure in my writing. I even began a new piece as I’ve stalled on my other WIP’s.
And while normally I would feel a little bit frustrated that I hadn’t finished what I’m working on, I’m more thankful (even gratitudinous!) that I still have ideas flowing to make up the slack!
So, let the rewind commence!
Good afternoon Rewinders! This week has been hectic but in a good way. I’m definitely thankful for my work friends and my kiddos this week. They have (even if they don’t realize it) given me ample validation that teaching is, in fact, my calling and that I am, in fact, relatively good at it.
If we work our way backwards, today (Sunday) has been all about the writing side of things. The Twitter Chat was about distractions, and thus it was also the theme for my weekly #ThinkBIGSundaywithMartha post.