One day I only sorted a single box, the next day I powered through six. Negatives and family photos defy intentions. Nevertheless, I have made progress even during a "Very Bad Week." My grandfather's canes and my dad's fishing poles remain undisturbed, but the stacks of boxes on the bed are gone, and some of … Continue reading CLEANING HOUSE, pt. 2


[intended as] First post in over a month. Retirement, running, carving, canning, Facebook, and reparations, in no particular order. And the skink. Many teachers retire with hundreds or even thousands of hours of unused sick pay. It's not that we have not been sick, it's that preparing our classroom for a substitute teacher and then … Continue reading QUIET QUITTING