For those of you who’ve been around here for a while, you know there have been several versions of the coffee share, and then it died out…
But I’m very glad to say that it is back! Apparently, ElectricAlli has decided to take over the role of hosting the coffee share, and this will be my first post reconnecting with the link up.
Grab a cup and cozy up! Here’s the latest in my life: the last week in teaching summer school, a mini Boy Update, news about Camp NaNoWriMo, and my successes/struggles with the Bullet Journal.
Continue reading “Weekly Coffee Share: Hello July!”
I’m not sure exactly when it happened, but Wednesday seems to be the day when I am the most introspective. I think it’s because it is the longest workday officially, and it also tends to be the day when sometimes I have to wait a little extra before going home…
It’s a long story, and I don’t particularly want to go into that right now.
Continue reading “Wednesday Wonderings: Successful Impostor?”
I haven’t been posting much… or writing much in general… even though I agreed to do Camp NaNoWriMo this month.
I don’t know why I make promises I can’t keep around this time of year. It’s invariably the most stressful time of year for me. Not only is there the STAAR test, but there’s the normal Spring Time dating drama, or, rather, the lack-of-dating drama, that seems to get to me when I find myself dateless around this time of year. There’s the normal bill crunch as I find myself spending more to keep myself sane while I try to survive the STAAR test, and not absolutely crash.
And, lately, there’s a new focus on all the ways my Autism comes through. Like, now that I’ve had a couple of years to start to understand what exactly having “Aspergers”(though the term seems to be less acceptable recently) means, I’m seeing more and more ways that it manifests that I didn’t realize were different from how other people live.
Continue reading “It’s been a minute…”
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.
Continue reading “#DSFWeeklyRewind: Warning Signs”
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!
Continue reading “#DSFWeeklyRewind: Good Days”
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.
Continue reading “#DSFWeeklyRewind: Recognition, finally!”
The wheel has turned again, and we find ourselves at the next holy day of the old ways… well, a particular pantheon of old ways, anyway.
For those of you who have been around for a while, you already know I don’t fit in a particular religious group. There was a time when people would call me a dabbler, intending it as an insult, though I rarely took it as one. I am a bit of a dabbler. I am strong in my faith, and I accept that my faith doesn’t exactly fit well within the parameters of any other particular faith.
Though this day and age is particularly suited for exactly that sort of thing.
Continue reading “I Light My Own Candle”