Though I'm disenchanted with the direction it has taken, I've invested years in to True Blood. When I lived in Washington I read the entire Sookie Stackhouse series. Naturally, I began to watch the show and though it's nothing like the series, I was enjoying it up until last season. This season is almost as ridiculous as the last, but I'm not a quitter, so I'm going to see this show through, even if it is just background noise while I blog!
I broke my promise to myself to stay out of my room until August but now that I committed a few days in July I'm feeling good about how much is already done. I still have to do little things, but I'm mostly ready to get down to the nitty gritty of lesson plans, which means I don't have to be totally stressed for these last few weeks.
Oh yeah, my to-do list is about a mile long. Wait, what am I saying? I don't have one list, I've got about 15 random post it notes all over the house with things I need to do, things I need to buy, things I'm putting off, yada, yada, yada! It'll get done sooner or later, right?
I love Goodreads because I've won some of their giveaways and I love books. Free books…even better! I've started one of the books that I won and I'm really wanting to get through it so that I can squeeze at least one more of the 100 on my shelf in! And no, I'm not a book hoarder, I'm a book connoisseur!
A month ago, I got really good at relaxing, which is not at all easy for me. It was nice. It was enjoyable. Then, all of a sudden, wham! I've got 1,000 things on the mind again. I know that I need to relax and take time for me away from blogging, Facebooking, and school prepping before it's back to business and relaxing becomes a foreign concept again.
1st Day You and Kids
It's August 1st, I'm not ready to talk about going back yet! Please summer, stay a little bit longer!