Ah! Good question! I ask myself that on nearly a daily basis. The fact that I am off work for the summer contributes to my confusion. Is it Monday or Thursday? The end of July or the beginning of August. It's nice to lose track of time.
So this fall I start my third year as an elementary school librarian. Hard to believe. I still pinch myself to see if I've really landed that dream job.
In two more weeks I will be done, done, done with the seven classes I've been taking (didn't I make it seem so simple?) that I needed to get my full teaching license. No. More. Classes. (After one more large project - grrr).
And what will I do with all this "spare" time? It's so easy to over commit when you are starting the next phase, but I intend to concentrate on Pip and Sprout. They'll both be in elementary school together - ah, bliss. I will concentrate on that aforementioned dream job. There are so many FUN things to do and plan. Speaking of...do you have a question about books for children? Ask the Librarian (that's me). Leave a comment and I will answer your question in a future post.
And finally, oh Joanie save me, I'm about to craft again! (I did make it on Crafty Crow, you know). I'm starting here...
And what about Green Husband you ask? He's about to embark on his on little landscape design business and try his hand at being Stay-At-Home-Dad. Yes, with the economy there's been a ripple effect, so there are some changes afoot. "You have to throw a stone to get the pool to ripple."
And finally, finally, oh joy! I finished Summer's Lease by John Mortimer. It took me five. FIVE summers to finish it, but I did it and I've now netflixed the movie. I urge you to try it. It won't take you five summers to finish.