Monday, August 10, 2009

mondaymondaymonday

It started with a happy sun, and ended with scones and tea.
Anything that happened in between couldn't possibly ruin the Monday Story. Sorta like a book. You've got a solid beginning, maybe a really disturbing or sad middle (everybody dies, etc), and then at the end, Happy Ending! Someone is alive! Someone falls in love!

Anyway, I'm making a really lame metaphor relating Mondays to books.
In case I'm not writing coherently.

So I have a green-painted canvas sitting on my desk waiting for me. Nope, no sneak previews.

Oh, and school starts in two weeks. An awesome New Thing is happening for me this fall when school starts. Instead of going to university, I'll be teaching.
More specifically, I'll be homeschooling.
Even MORE specifically, I'll be handling the schooling of my four younger siblings who are in school. This means field trips and Fun Stuff and pre-algebra for the 10- and 11- year-olds.

This is a random picture that I (probably mistakenly) thought was funny. Obviously the book cart above is suspected of criminal crimes, and a citizen's arrest was promptly enforced.

I finished my scone! Isn't that the end of the story?

(Photo courtesy of Jeffrey Beall)

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