So. This is a master list of things that have been accomplished within the seven week span of my employment at a French Immersion camp. Note that the list is at this time incomplete.
1) Been Miss Scarlett
2) Been a wolf
3) Been a banker
4) Added 11 years to my age
5) Been the opposition candidate to a dictator in a rigged election
6) Been in Ravenclaw
7) Been a cow
8) Been English
9) Been the girl with the umbrella in the Monet painting
10) Spoken Vietnamese
11) Been a mother
12) Learned basic German
13) Made a lesson plan
14) Been married
15) Been divorced
16) Been so stressed out that I wanted to cry
17) Counted in Arabic
18) Planned a simulation
19) Seriously contemplated becoming a Pescatarian
20) Seasoned my own couscous
The Master List of All Things Accomplished in a Psychotically Short Span of Time
It’s probably a good idea to make sure that your bag didn’t accidentally hit the button to turn the emergency lights of your car on when you plan on leaving it in a mostly deserted area for an extended period of time. Otherwise, your car battery dies in a rather epic fashion, and your car will not work until you get a guy and jumper cables out there and proceed to drive around for thirty minutes.
This is totally not based on personal experience. No way. Of course not.
…..I can neither confirm or deny the fact that I may have been in town (a thirty minute treck from the villages) tonight with one of my coworkers for the sole purpose of putting gas in my car.
Well, this is new. I haven’t been in possession of a tumblr account before now. Ok….
I got this account because I wanted to follow the blog for The Offices of Letters and Light. (Yes, I am an addict to Nanowrimo. I am not afraid to admit this.) Thus, it should be known now that there is not, and will not be, any coherence between entries unless previous entries dictate that it be so. Accept this and move on with your life. As such, I’d expect random writerly leanings, venting, stories of my life, and pretty much whatever strikes my fancy. There is a reason I called this the SCRIBBLING Graveyard.
At any rate, I hope you enjoy it if you decide to read. If something more interesting goes up, I’ll let you know. Until then, I’m out!
Let the Scribbling Commence