Friday, May 7, 2010

I just hate it when..

..my agenda is so full (of good lovely happenings and chores) that I have to reduce my life to bullet points:

*Magazine publishing in the works
*International baccalaureate testers testing
*Senior failure list changes
*Seniors whining about being on the senior failure list
*Seniors begging for redoes on all assignments
*Caving in and allowing them to redo whatever
*Grading redoes
*Magazine release party planning in the works
*Cap and Gown disbursement
*The actual planning and teaching part of my job
*Quick, spontaneous week end vacay (:)) Hooray!
*More grading
*Senior Events: farewell celebrations, projects, exams, prom, graduation practice, graduation (they've voted me to read names.. yay..(sigh))
*Multiple family visits: in-laws, step in-laws, brothers, mothers, and dads, all on different dates (the beauty of being in a blended (butchered?) family)

And then summer where (hopefully) I can work on the writing project I want to do.

But maybe being busy to the point of exhaustion is a good thing?

6 comments:

Grannymar said...

I am down to bullet points this week too!

Rummuser said...

It is. I wish mine could be so.

Conrad said...

Ginger, just make sure you don't end up looking like Gilbert, Darling!

gaelikaa said...

Oh, I'm sure she won't, Conrad, Darling!

Preston said...

Hey busy can be a great thing. And the good thing is that you can actually bulletize (is that a word?) your to do list. I'm just flying by the seat of my pants!

Christine said...

I'm excited about that penultimate sentence. :) Even bragged about your project to Elena tonight. And then found out that Debbie had never read The Red Tent and immediately ordered her a copy, since all the women I love MUST read that book!

Friday, May 7, 2010

I just hate it when..

..my agenda is so full (of good lovely happenings and chores) that I have to reduce my life to bullet points:

*Magazine publishing in the works
*International baccalaureate testers testing
*Senior failure list changes
*Seniors whining about being on the senior failure list
*Seniors begging for redoes on all assignments
*Caving in and allowing them to redo whatever
*Grading redoes
*Magazine release party planning in the works
*Cap and Gown disbursement
*The actual planning and teaching part of my job
*Quick, spontaneous week end vacay (:)) Hooray!
*More grading
*Senior Events: farewell celebrations, projects, exams, prom, graduation practice, graduation (they've voted me to read names.. yay..(sigh))
*Multiple family visits: in-laws, step in-laws, brothers, mothers, and dads, all on different dates (the beauty of being in a blended (butchered?) family)

And then summer where (hopefully) I can work on the writing project I want to do.

But maybe being busy to the point of exhaustion is a good thing?

6 comments:

Grannymar said...

I am down to bullet points this week too!

Rummuser said...

It is. I wish mine could be so.

Conrad said...

Ginger, just make sure you don't end up looking like Gilbert, Darling!

gaelikaa said...

Oh, I'm sure she won't, Conrad, Darling!

Preston said...

Hey busy can be a great thing. And the good thing is that you can actually bulletize (is that a word?) your to do list. I'm just flying by the seat of my pants!

Christine said...

I'm excited about that penultimate sentence. :) Even bragged about your project to Elena tonight. And then found out that Debbie had never read The Red Tent and immediately ordered her a copy, since all the women I love MUST read that book!