you might think being out of school means i have loads of free time
On the one hand, yes - I am not currently planning any lessons or otherwise concentrating on teenagers and their behavior. However, our school is moving out of the building so I am currently trying to pack the two years' worth of verycooleclecticinterestingandTERRIBLYNECESSARY crap stuff into the Proper Boxes with the Proper Labels, being sure to sort out all of the curricula & resources I'll need during the summer. But the boxes cannot weigh more than 40 pounds and considering most of my room is some sort of book [read: MONSTROUSLY HEAVY] item, this makes the job tedious & difficult. Plus the district movers will not touch any 'personal property' such as my antique shipping crate or IKEA stepstool (which made excellent bookshelves) or my handmade mosaic tables or my myriad of baskets, so I have to set those aside to bring home [to a magical as-yet-to-be-named-or-exist space].
Tonight all I've got is a lovely picture of a sweet man who has hitherto starred in rather sucktacular movies but I'm sure is on the brink of greatness.