It’s been so long since I posted that this post showing up probably seems like an April Fools joke to my regular readers. I apologize for the absence, but sometimes life just gets in the way. After making it back from my trip, I started to prepare for next week when I will once again be road-tripping across several states. Wednesday night, my parents and youngest arrive from south Florida, and on Thursday, we’re all headed to Michigan to see my other little brother. Then, we’re packing up and heading to Chicago where we’ll pick up my older brother (who’s flying in from Orlando) and head over to see my grandma, aunt, and cousins for Easter. It’s been so long since I’ve seen them that I can’t even remember exactly how old I was the last time. Then, my parents and younger brother are heading back with me to spend a few days exploring my little university town and its surrounding areas. It’ll be so nice to show them around.
However, in the midst of trying to get all my work done so I will have time to enjoy my parents’ visit, I came down with a second bout of the plague. I’m usually never sick, but the crazy, temperamental weather we’ve been having has been wreaking havoc on my immune system.
Anyway, I’ve also been busy busy busy with some exciting developments. My two conference presentations are coming closer and closer, and I recently interviewed for a teaching position for next year. It would be a delight to get the job, and I can’t wait until I hear back (which should be sometime in the next week). Lastly, I have an interview on Wednesday for an exciting tutoring position with student athletes. It would be great to add both of these experiences to my work with Disability Support Services, and I am anxiously awaiting the day when I know if they will be mine. Keep your fingers crossed for me, ok?
So, it seems I’ve finally returned to simply say I’ll be gone for a while again. I’m not sure how much access I’ll have to my computer during my travels, so by the end of the week, I may disappear for a few days again. Please stick with me. I’ll try to make my posts until then especially fantastic. No promises, though.