Monthly Archives: November 2010

In Business Again

This is the third day I’ve not had a job. I don’t know if I’ve been black balled or if there are no teachers out or if no one wants me to sub for them. I’ve sent the days writing. I’ve … Continue reading

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Road to Glendale

All the talk in my house is the up coming Georgia/Auburn game, then the Alabama game, SEC game and the BCS Bowl. I’d like to go on record as Cam Newton supporters, Gene Chizik backers and always Auburn Tigers. War Eagle!!!   We are already … Continue reading

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The good and the bad

Today I had to watch the Auburn game on the web-streaming. Guess what, the cable went out in the middle of the game. Auburn wasn’t playing the biggest game of the year or I would have been more upset. The positive … Continue reading

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A day of Work

I worked all day yesterday on edits on my book. I went to my office at 8 am and didn’t leave but a few minutes at a time until 11pm. I got a lot done but sitting all day isn’t what … Continue reading

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Why bother

Sometimes I wonder why bother trying to keep anything up. I came home the other day and the carport door wouldn’t open. It is a luxury. I still had it fixed today. The toilet was leaking and needed to have the seal changed. Nick was … Continue reading

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New School

Today I went on a tour with the teachers to the new high school. We will be moving in in January. It is an amazing place with all the bells and whistles. Roomy, which we needed. The high school now has … Continue reading

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You better be with who you are suppose to be with

There were 61,000 people the Auburn/Old Miss game on Saturday and would you believe I saw someone I knew? One of the teachers at the high school moved back to his home town in Mississippi.  He turned the corner and … Continue reading

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