Goals for the End of September

I decided to return the Gabaldon to the library. I don't feel like making that commitment right now. I'll read it later, maybe next summer. It's just huge. I feel like something light. I bought some books from Fictionwise yesterday, so maybe those will go next.

This week is pretty easy, I hope.

1) Endless edits on DLB. I can’t imagine how many rounds there will be. I can’t even see the story anymore, just –ing words.

2) Try to work on bodyguard story

3) Finish up grades—end of first 6 weeks already

4) Paperwork for one of my students I retained

5) Prep for sub—a personal day this week and a day and a half of inservice the following week

6) See about a booksigning

7) House/exercise routine



Kelly Boyce said...

I did the same thing with Book of Negroes on the weekend. I really want to read it, but it was a 7 day loan and I just can't see any way I can devour that book in 7 days with everything else I have to do.

MJFredrick said...

And why stress yourself out over something that's meant to be relaxing! I was going to have to read 40 pages a day. No way.


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