I didn't really want a snow day. Snow days make it hard to keep moving forward with my students. We're almost ready for a chapter test in math. We're wrapping up novels in one group and halfway through a novel with another. There are plays to rehearse and paintings to complete.
Still - what we want isn't always what we get, right?
Monday we had a day off due to ice and I COMPLETELY frittered it away. I lazed about. I tweeted randomly. I moved from cozy bed to comfy couch and back again.
Yesterday's snow day came with a personal resolution. I would use my time wisely.
What did I accomplish?
* Wrote my weekly Star Wars Thursday post. This week I wrote about lessons we can learn from Star Wars Rebels.
* Worked on joint presentation virtually (via Google Drive) with a colleague for 2 hours. Drive is such an amazing tool. I love being able to work on the slides at the same time and using the chat feature to discuss the things we wanted to include.
* Worked on a solo presentation I need to give in March for an hour. I'm thankful for all the photos I took during the NAGC conference that I can use in my slideshow.
* Read (of course, I can't leave that off the list. I completed SOULLESS and got partway through THE WHISPERING SKULL.
* Used the elliptical for almost an hour. Some of that was reading time and some of it was spent watching an episode of The Clone Wars.
* Assorted laundry, dishes, and snow removal.
Whew! I feel pretty accomplished and ready to take on another snow day today.
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