First weekend of April - no foolin'!
Early in the week, I got an e-mail from one of the administrators at the tutoring site I use: "I’m writing to you because you expressed interest in helping us build our Help sections..."
I didn't remember expressing such an interest, but it sounded possible, so I sloughed off my non-remembrance to general dementia and continued reading. They wanted me to do some content writing for one of the math sections, so I happily agreed. I like to teach. I like to write. Win win. It was fun.
It was also a nice activity since I've already started cutting back on my tutoring load to get my ducks in a row for my own classes, and to have more time for mom duties now that spring activities are upon us. Then another local tutor coordinator called to see if I would take on a new student, but my "say no" skills didn't fail me, and I was able to graciously turn the job down. But it was good to be reminded that I'll still have work in case I flunk the licensing program...
Wolfgang finally had an actual track meet instead of a track meet cancelled on account of snow. Apparently they were so glad to be competing, he and the rest of the 4x800 team took first!
Meego also started middle school track this week. He doesn't know yet what events he'll be doing, but for some reason, he thinks he'll be a jumper.
The weather continues to be agreeable, and I'm happily able to get stuff done via bicycle rather than via car, no offense to Ellie Mae.