Another month of slicing has come to an end. It’s been lovely getting to know a whole new group of bloggers (my Feedly list of slicers has tripled and now I have a whole bunch of excellent blogs to read), and it’s been great motivation to write more frequently here. I tend to forget that writing about daily life can be interesting, introspective, and important. Slicing again this year has been a great reminder.
Now that slicing is over, I should tackle my to-do list:
- Update cv so I can start applying for jobs here – getting that permanent visa made this possible
- Make birthday cards and Easter cards
- Send snail mail to friends back home just to let them know I haven’t forgotten about them
- Finish/start the puzzle – for some reason, I decided to start working on a 2000 piece puzzle that I picked up at Salvos. Buying a puzzle from a thrift store does not guarantee that every piece will be present. So far I’ve gotten all of the edge pieces done. Only 1950 pieces to go!
- Proof and send out my “reading drafts” survey for my quality faculty plan. Interested in filling it out? Check it out here and share your responses.
- Do laundry! The sun is shining today and should also be out tomorrow, so I should be able to get all my laundry done this week.
- Write out my lesson plan for my homeschool English class
- Clean my office
- Return some books to the library and pick up one I have on reserve
- Go to the gym (aka The James)
- Finish up sending all my tax stuff to my accountant back in the States – at least I have until June to file!
- Have a nice day!