Unfortunately, I can't say it all just yet, not just because of the whole where's-Waldo game I'm playing with my voice, but also and mostly because I have a torn tendon in my left shoulder, which happens to be on the same side as my writing hand. If I don't get it surgically repaired soon, well, I prefer not to follow that particular train of thought. So if you're reading this, please send thoughts, prayers, positive energy, whatever it is you normally send.
Meanwhile, here is a preview of possible coming attractions:
5 Things I Learned Grading AP French (that I might write about more later)
- We need to put ourselves and others in situations where we can all be our best possible selves.
- Some episodes in our lives put us both wholly in and wholly out of our comfort zones. That can be an energizing place to be.
- Even introverts are not meant to be wholly solitary. One of my new friends put it perfectly... I'm an introvert learning to be an extravert. Glad to know I'm not alone!
- Our culture needs to start valuing labor in human terms. Our work should serve people, not the almighty dollar.
- In spite of the scary state of the world, there are places where people of many backgrounds come together to do good work. I believe this spirit of collaboration and community is meant to grow and spread.