This is the back-to-school edition. For me that means, be happy that it is written. Between some back-to-school activities with the Bible study I lead, getting school supplies, listening to the excitement of my kids’ first day at school in her last year of high school and his first year of middle school.
(Case in point — publishing FAIL — I thought it published, but no. That’s why it’s late.)
I did look back at my goals from last month, and I did pretty well, reading some books for pleasure that I wanted to, as well as keeping up with review reading.
What about you? Will September open up more time for reading for you, or less? I’m thinking it will be less for me, but of course I’ll still be reading.
Barbara H. says
We don’t have kids in school any more, so the only change the school year makes for me is having to plan not to be on the roads at certain times a day, as we live near two school zones and have to go through three to get some places. But my reading should be about the same.
I hate when I think I’ve published something but it doesn’t take.
I’m teaching Sunday school this year – and it’s a little odd to be returning to the school year cycle again after spending the past several years (five, maybe, once I take graduate school into account?) in that seasonless world of just working. 🙂
You late? I’m late…by almost one week, but my post is up.
And yes, back to school week is chaotic not so much the scheduling but the transition leaves me kind of bouncing back and forth without settling into anything even though I have time to settle.
Better late than never, right? I totally understand about that back to school rush.