School Visit Today

I’ll be spending the morning at Upper Dublin (PA) High School and the afternoon at their middle school. This district is only a few miles away so I don’t have to fight the traffic on the Blue Route or the Turnpike. The last five days I’ve been holed up working on writing and business stuff, so I am ready to get out and talk to human beings.

This woman spent the last 71 days sailing around the world. Alone. And I was excited because I finished my laundry….

Started reading Bodega Dreams by Ernesto Quinonez last night. (Does anybody know how I can put foreign characters on this page so I can spell his last name right? It has a tilde in it.) So far I like it, but I’m only ten pages in, because that’s when I crashed, drooling and snoring.

Meredith gets her car back this afternoon. (Chorus of angels bursts into song.) I’m not sure if she wants me to announce to the world why she lost it in the first place. It’s been nice spending more time with her again (I went back to being Chauffeur Mom) and I’ll miss that. But I don’t think she will.

Off try and put in my contacts.

21 Replies to “School Visit Today”

  1. Thank you So Much!

    Thank you so much for coming to our school today! I’ve heard so much positive feedback from students and teachers alike! You really brought a lot to our school!

    Denise

  2. Thank you So Much!

    Thank you so much for coming to our school today! I’ve heard so much positive feedback from students and teachers alike! You really brought a lot to our school!

    Denise

  3. Thank you So Much!

    Thank you so much for coming to our school today! I’ve heard so much positive feedback from students and teachers alike! You really brought a lot to our school!

    Denise

  4. It was an honor to attend your presenation at the high school today! I enjoyed it immensely and it really helped me put things in perspective in regards to the whole college prestige thing (that’s an issue I’ve been struggling with for some time, since I graduated from a school no one has heard of) as well as that of writing (I should make “There’s no such thing as a perfect first draft” my mantra. LOL)
    I wish I could’ve said more to you when I was getting my book signed, but I’m self-conscious about my speaking voice and am quite the introvert. I express myself much better via the written word, and one of these days I’ll put myself out there and try to get published!

    – Selia Zinfandel, Novelist of the Future

  5. It was an honor to attend your presenation at the high school today! I enjoyed it immensely and it really helped me put things in perspective in regards to the whole college prestige thing (that’s an issue I’ve been struggling with for some time, since I graduated from a school no one has heard of) as well as that of writing (I should make “There’s no such thing as a perfect first draft” my mantra. LOL)
    I wish I could’ve said more to you when I was getting my book signed, but I’m self-conscious about my speaking voice and am quite the introvert. I express myself much better via the written word, and one of these days I’ll put myself out there and try to get published!

    – Selia Zinfandel, Novelist of the Future

  6. It was an honor to attend your presenation at the high school today! I enjoyed it immensely and it really helped me put things in perspective in regards to the whole college prestige thing (that’s an issue I’ve been struggling with for some time, since I graduated from a school no one has heard of) as well as that of writing (I should make “There’s no such thing as a perfect first draft” my mantra. LOL)
    I wish I could’ve said more to you when I was getting my book signed, but I’m self-conscious about my speaking voice and am quite the introvert. I express myself much better via the written word, and one of these days I’ll put myself out there and try to get published!

    – Selia Zinfandel, Novelist of the Future

  7. “This woman spent the last 71 days sailing around the world. Alone. And I was excited because I finished my laundry….”

    Wow. I was excited because I started my laundry!

  8. “This woman spent the last 71 days sailing around the world. Alone. And I was excited because I finished my laundry….”

    Wow. I was excited because I started my laundry!

  9. “This woman spent the last 71 days sailing around the world. Alone. And I was excited because I finished my laundry….”

    Wow. I was excited because I started my laundry!

  10. My aunt and her family literally live two miles from that school, and my cousin Joshua is a sophomore there.

    *shakes head at smallness of the universe*

  11. My aunt and her family literally live two miles from that school, and my cousin Joshua is a sophomore there.

    *shakes head at smallness of the universe*

  12. My aunt and her family literally live two miles from that school, and my cousin Joshua is a sophomore there.

    *shakes head at smallness of the universe*

  13. Mer

    oh hush up.. I’ll miss it to. I guess we are going to have to start both being adults and planning times for us to hang out now?

  14. Mer

    oh hush up.. I’ll miss it to. I guess we are going to have to start both being adults and planning times for us to hang out now?

  15. Mer

    oh hush up.. I’ll miss it to. I guess we are going to have to start both being adults and planning times for us to hang out now?

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