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Haha that's how I feel :)
Jess, where were you when I was getting teased?! :)
So true. I remember wanting to have a job that was clearly separate from my home life and had no take-home work, and I kept wondering why I was drawn to careers that were essentially the opposite (teaching and writing). I'm starting to realize that maybe it's the perpetual student in me crying out for homework and essays. :-D
Jillian, I love the idea of being a "perpetual student." Maybe I should add that title to my business cards... :)
As a teacher/writer, I know this firsthand -- but honestly, I don't mind the writing side of it at all!
But I wonder, Milo, what your students think about the homework you give them? :)
I really like the quote! it is so true and it actually feels like homework when you MAKE yourself set aside time for writing! :)
Ms. Saba - I wonder what your classes - and all the teachers' classes - would think about teachers having "homework." :)
Yes, maybe that's it! And when I don't have 'homework' I'm totally lost.
Sarah, I feel that way about lists, too. :)
No Madeline I am not surprised at all! Who knew that homework or research could ever become so much fun! :-)
Christy, isn't it funny how so many kids couldn't wait to not have homework anymore and here we are happy to still have it? :)
I'm right there with ya' nerdy girl (I also find office supply stores nearly orgasmic).
Lisa, like I said to Jess - where were all you people when I was in school? :)