This week was a perfectly ordinary one spent at home with my cat. Each day I went to school, came home for lunch, reading, and a nap, tutored, wrote a chapter of Grayson (second draft, let's do this), read some more, and watched TV. It was great. Four weeks from today I'll be in Brooklyn. Articles … Continue reading Check this out!
For some reason I had these great, high hopes about NaNoWriMo. I thought, "At the end of November, I'll have written a novel." Well, I completed the challenge of writing 50,000 words in one month but it's five months later and I still haven't written a novel. I've always been a positive hope-for-the-best kinda gal, … Continue reading Here’s the thing about second drafts
I read Divergent by Veronica Roth today. If you're one of the five people who hasn't read it yet, you probably shouldn't read any further. This bad boy's about to be rife with spoilers! I've always been a big reader. I'll read almost anything, but I especially enjoy imaginative and romantic things and stay away … Continue reading Here’s the thing about Divergent
This week started well with hands-on-knee, tears-in-eyes, bilingual prayer time and Google hang-outs, and ended well with the best preschool field trip I've ever been on. Gloria a Dios for a restful weekend ahead and only three weeks till spring break! Articles/blog posts: The Disturbing Transformation of Kindergarten at Truth About Education - Lately I've … Continue reading Check this out!