So. I'm back online and faced with the dilemma of what to write. Surely, after three weeks of silence, it should be something extraordinary. Certainly, I might give you a short overview of what's been going on with me. Definitely, you have to know about my new computer.
But all I really have right now is this:
You know what I like about teaching? All the holidays you get off. And so I'm currently celebrating President's Day in bed with my new favorite, catching up on the over 300 (!) new posts on your blogs.
Here's something I've been wondering about: How is it that single shoes end up in the middle of the road relatively often? I currently pass three shoes (none match) on my way to school every day. One of them is a kid's shoe, the others are adult sizes. The kid's shoe is way out in the center turning lane on a five-lane street. The others are slightly off-center, but still in the road. Why? And how???