Good Morning all! I missed yesterday’s haiku post (but still wrote one in the car yesterday), so I’m posting a double today! Haiku: Day 8:Ode to In-N-Out:Oh joy! Oh sweet, greasy bliss. I love thee truly. Obviously, I was pretty stoked to get In-N-Out yesterday. Haiku: Day 9French press gratitude.Coffee: strong and welcoming.Sanity through this.... Continue Reading →
I made a schedule. I check things off one-by-one.Quarantine routine. Do I like to cook? Not alone. Not for myself. But still, I must eat.
Hello Darlings! While social isolation and the quarantine have been difficult in a few ways (my school is closed, breweries are closed, suddenly I don't care about anything on Netflix), this also gives me time to actually read more and post more regularly. I love to read, and I love to talk about what I... Continue Reading →
The neighbors next doorare loud. They shout, snarl, scream.Still, I try to sleep. First YearA first-year teacher was promised many hardshipsexcept pandemics. Hand sanitizer: You are popular now butsoap is still better.
Hey all! Next month, I was supposed to start a poetry unit with my 7th graders, and I was INTENSELY looking forward to it. (I love teaching poetry.) One of their assignments was going to be to keep a haiku journal for a week. I had an idea that during this period of social distancing,... Continue Reading →
Obviously, you have read the title of this post, maybe squinted your eyes slightly in thought and asked yourself, "Wait, isn't it March?" Yes, yes it is. Hello, I'm Megan and I don't always get things done in a timely manner. I was completely oblivious to my reading challenge when it was actually January, and... Continue Reading →