Remember me? I used to blog here. Then the semester from hell got me and I went radio-silent for three months. Good times.
I am, however, resolved to do a little better at this blogging thing this semester…when I will be student teaching full time. Ahhhhh! But at least the chaos will be contained to only a few places, as opposed to the four separate educational institutions I was running between this fall.
So, what have I been up to the past three months? Let’s think…
I went on a date (singular).
I survived the Least Useful Class in the History of Ever.
I had the Traumatic Event about which I may eventually write.
I had to quit my job.
I somehow managed to attract more than 100 followers on tumblr (WHUT?)
I got the flu.
That’s…really it? Mostly it was a lot of class and a lot of homework and a lot of teaching and a lot of lesson planning and a lot of driving between schools and a lot of sleeping whenever I could. AKA Not Much Fun At All.
But it is a NEW YEAR and hopefully it will be just a tiny bit less chaotic. A girl can dream, right?
Oh, shut up. It’s the first day of the year; I’m allowed to be optimistic. Therefore:
THE GRAND PLAN FOR THE FIRST HALF OF 2014
- Student teach in physics and math, take that one last course, GET MY TEACHING CERTIFICATION
- Read 30 books and get back on track with the Hugo Project
- Re-join Team Rangers for Nerd Wars. Knit a sweater, birthday socks. X-stitch the continent of Africa.
- Clean up this blog a little and actually post regularly
- Actually observe all of the Sabbats
- Start job-hunting.
…Now I’m all scared and overwhelmed. One day at a time, one day at a time…
I am serious about updating this blog more regularly, though. The Hugo Project should be back (starting this coming Monday!) updating biweekly, with the occasional supplementary edition on an off-week. Fridays I’ll post from my backlog of crafty things I’ve completed (note to self: take pictures!). And maybe there will be some other things in and around all that. Or maybe not. But I don’t want to go dark again the way I did last semester.
That’s enough of that. What do you all have planned for the next six months?