Friday, November 30, 2007

I Made It!

I successfully got through NaBloPoMo, with not a day missed!

I took on the challenge because this year I got much lazier with the blog, spending much more time on flickr. I figured I could use the practice in writing actual posts instead of hi, this is what I did in school today.

I did enjoy making more of an effort. I'm not sure it always worked or that it made much of a difference, but it was the kind of push I needed to at least get something up, even if it was just a photo or a list.

But then I thought to myself, Wait, am I losing the teaching aspect too much? I am a teacher blogger, but of course I've never limited myself to posting about school; I just don't have a lot of other things going on. So I suppose it's good to change the topic more often than not. Now that I think about it, I wonder if I've lost focus completely. But it's my blog, does it really need a strict focus? Bleh, I'm thinking too much.

Anyway, thank you to anyone and everyone who followed me along this month! I hope it was a better read than others.


Schoolgal said...

Your post reminds me of the book "Who Moved My Cheese". You are young enough to explore new horizons, and I hope you do.

You can even see if you qualify for a leave of absence without pay which will protect your seniority and pension. And also find out about "right of return" because I think those rules have changed. It can be a comfort zone just in case you decide to return to teaching in the city school system. Charter schools will grab you instantly.

(I posted this yesterday, but I didn't see it up).

Schoolgal said...

Sorry, I clicked on the wrong post.
Kindly delete.