Some days, I’d like to write, but I am just out. At this moment, I have exactly four other things I should be writing. As a Challenge 1 Director, I should be finishing progress reports and starting my post-class forum post that runs through what we did today and what we will do next time we have class. I have two other blog posts I have on tap for the homeschool blog.
I tutored today (great, hard-working students who I enjoy).
I hosted AMBLEreads (lovely ladies, lovely books).
And I still haven’t slept a full night since the camping trip. (Pain chases sleep away.)
So, I shouldn’t be writing this. I should be writing all that other stuff, or sleeping.
But this is, indeed, a reason that often stops me in my tracks.
PS – I went and wrote the forum posts. And now I’m headed to bed. Progress reports will get finished tomorrow. They have to be done before my brother arrives. I am not at all unhappy with how my day went, and I love being with the people that I was with. No complaining is intended here at all. It’s just a simple explanation of what happens on some of the very many days that I don’t write.