#SundayPost: March 6th


Posted March 6, 2022 in Roundup Tags:


Welcome to this week’s Sunday Post. This feature is brought to you by The Caffeinated Book Reviewer, so swing by after you are done here and get the full list of participants!

Nothing

Probably nothing

Okay I will summarize my foray into social media this week: 2 tiktokers are airing each others dirty laundry all over tiktok, Ukraine is badass, and apparently there is new plagiarism drama.

Nothing

I’m still slogging away at grad school, teaching, and practicum. I am overwhelmed, exhausted, and overly emotional. I cannot wait to no longer be a teacher.

The hubby and I finished our CSI: New York series binge and I must say, it was a terrible final episode! It just sort of ended. Lindsay was pregnant but we didn’t get to find out if she had a boy or girl, Mac proposes but we don’t get to see a wedding…It was just abrupt and unsatisfying.

I need a new binge now!

Audiobooks are the only things I am “reading” lately because I listen during my commute. Otherwise my time is filled with teacher work or grad school work. I might get to read a book for fun in June. Maybe.

So, whats new with you this week? Did you read any of the same books I did? Did you find any great book deals I need to grab ASAP? Let me know in the comments!

Samantha
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8 responses to “#SundayPost: March 6th

  1. I am a retired part-time teacher and enjoyed it until I felt I was too drained to carry on and retired. It was fun while my enthusiasm lasted though. Hope things get better soon.

  2. I’m still sensing that nothing theme. How far away is spring break? I was looking into if this area / county even all has the spring break and they don’t. They are starting anywhere from March 13 to April 17. But for my daughter there are only 8 weeks of school remaining and 1 of those is spring break, so hang in there.

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  3. I feel you on the exhaustion. I would love being a librarian if that is what I was doing. But it’s not, other than the basic checking books out and shelving them. And with my assistant gone a full month, and probably another month, I’m really exhausted being alone. Because she would laminate things for people, I’m now expected to add that to my duties as well. I’m seriously considering looking completely outside of education for a job when this school year is over. Can’t decide if having a brand new library next year and the hope that maybe things will be back to normal is enough to keep me where I am. I also wish I could have a different assistant, one who would be there all the time. But I doubt that is going to happen. Ugh. I hope that your week is going somewhat better!

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