I’ve grown accustom to taking a drive in the evenings, after my usual nap, to grab a coffee in the nearest city. The drive takes about an hour, round trip, and is a good time for me to reflect on what’s going on in my life and the rest of it. For some time now, I’ve been thinking about writing an autobiography. Continue reading “An Autobiography”
I really should be doing homework, but what I really want to do is write a letter to somebody and tell them what I’m thinking about. I want to sit down in a pub, with my laptop, and write a letter. Well, I guess I’d be writing an email. Continue reading “Can I Send Myself an Email?”
All of my friends are just gorgeous. I mean, they are just beautiful people. To look at them, one can’t help but wonder how so many good-looking people managed to find each other and get along so well. Why there aren’t cameras flashing everywhere they go, remains a mystery. Continue reading “I Want to be a Beautiful Man”
It’s ten after seven in the evening, and I’m exhausted. I just drove thirty minutes each way to get a coffee from Starbucks, because my coffee maker has had enough for the week, and I’m still tired. I mean, I’ve been up since noon, so, really, it’s not so bad to feel tired by now. Continue reading “Enjoying the Silence”
I’ve spent much of this afternoon culling my online presence, and reading guidelines (Advisories) issued by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) on the topics of social media and electronic communication.
While I’m no further ahead in figuring out what I should do about my blog, what follows are some thoughts about my online presence. Continue reading “Blogging As A Teacher – Professional Considerations”
Here is what is currently in my sink:
- ten coffee mugs
- three short (highball) glasses, two used for coffee and one for juice
- one tall glass, used for coffee
- three bowls
- two spoons
- the cat’s wet food bowl
Yep, I haven’t done the dishes for a few days.