Summer is winding down.
I hate seeing summer come to an end as I love my longer days of teaching, and having an additional day off to go have fun.
However, the upside: I have my morning writing and research time restored, and will not have a child around so I can accomplish more things.
This is the time of year where many of the plants begin sagging and looking a bit drab. They seem to perk up a bit before the frosts arrive, but I am still enjoying being surrounded by flowers.
Sunday evening we watched GOOD MORNING, VIETNAM. Most of the historical references that had me rolling, were beyond G’s comprehension. Ah… the process of life: when we move further away from current events, the moments, and common phrases become a part of history that is oft forgotten by that generation, and never learned by the new generation.
It’s a long, long day of teaching with only one break.
Here we go!