Monday, December 03, 2007

Last Week of School Then Finals Week Countdown

1. I lost Saturday. I slept and lay around all day. I was really sick with something.
2. I did watch three episodes of The Sopranos late Saturday night.
3. Slept a lot Sunday, too, but got up feeling better.
4. Had coffee by the fire.
5. Fixed a simple supper for us. I even made a sweet potato pie.
6. Graded papers and recorded grades.
7. Accidentally let the fire go out in the woodstove.
8. Broke sticks to build a new fire.
9. Got the fire going again. It will be cold tonight. It is so windy!
10. Even though I was sick, enjoyed watching the first real snow of the year.
11. Thought about my writing, what to do, where to go with it. Decided it excites me enough to forge ahead.

3 comments:

~quoting beth said...

One comment alone - I promise. I hope you are feeling well and that good health carries you through the finals grading period!

Anonymous said...

Hope you feel better soon. Teagrapple!

ggw07 said...

Sorry you were sick. Hope you're revived and feeling better! (Take hot herbal tea and sip in scalding hot bath- an old theater trick, when the show must go on, that works!)
Gretchen

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