Saturday, November 17, 2007

Saturday Reflections

It's been a solitary morning as usual, but I feel it more than normal because my mother and sister are madly cooking and baking at Sis' house, while I am doing my own thing here. Tonight we shall have an early Thanksgiving dinner, and I should probably make my way over there and help with the preparations. But it's never been my thing, and I'm sure I would just get in their way and be bored out of my skull.

I caught up on my week's worth of General Hospital this morning, did two loads of laundry, added that extra blanket to the bed, and submitted several short assignments to the online learning tool we use for classes. Two of my three classes have been cancelled in advance of the upcoming holiday, but I have plenty of long-terms assignments I could be working on. Plus, I have to lead a 45 minute discussion group Monday night on how race, culture, and ethnicity affect learning. Right now, I'm a little heavy on activities and light on content. Maybe I can find some of that Sunday night?

Today is National Adoption Day, and I've been thinking about how much I want children and how I would love to bring a child into my life that needs a home. But considering how hectic my life is now, I know it would be wise to wait until after I get my degree and find a teaching job. Sometimes I get tired of waiting for all of the pieces of the puzzle to fall into place though.

3 comments:

coffeypot said...

But when you wait for the right puzzle pieces, they fit sooo nicely.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I sure hope that they fall smoothly into place sometime in the not too too distant future.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

2nd husband and I always felt we had love to spare and always talked about adopting--we wanted to adopt a Vietnamese child who had been fathered by an American because they were outcasts and we thought we could love them lots. But various things happened and we never did. We also talked about adopting black babies and handicapped babies. And older children who couldn't find homes. But we didn't.