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Dodging the Law

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Or, in the case, teachers.

I’m typing this in the middle of English class, bored out of my mind. We’re on the computers, so I figured; what better to do than start writing a blog?

Go away, teacher. Stay towards the front of the class.

We’re practising business conversations – hotel reservations and the like.

Speaking of writing; I have written lately, but my time dispersed all over the place between college, writing, my job and moving. We’re moving at the end of the month and we’ve already been packing and moving things to the new house. My poor books – they’re probably so lonely without me. I know I feel alone without them.

I am working on settling back into a regular schedule when it comes to updating my blog. The next two or three weeks will be a little rough as teachers are piling on last-minute tests before the summer holidays, but then I’ll sort things.

Once a week, Natasha. Once a week.

I’ve said that a lot before, but I promise it’ll become reality.

The teacher isn’t even paying attention to me.

That’s all I have to say right this moment; this is just a quick update to let you know what’s been going on. Saturday will be great! My parents and I will be heading to Cologne to see the Exhibition of Tutankhamun’s tomb. It’ll be a nice day out, something I really need after all the school work.

Expect an awe-filled blog not long after Saturday. I can’t promise I’ll hide my ecstasy and have millions of things I need to get off my chest.

Cheers.

How do you handle mixing college or work with writing and regular patterns, or goals? What would you recommend others to do?

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Author: Natasha McNeely

I'm a writer, a reader, a gamer and a dreamer. I love losing myself to thought and considering possibilities. That is how I create my stories and weave the erratic tales into readable ones.

4 thoughts on “Dodging the Law

  1. Oh, yay, King Tut! You must rave about that.

    As to your teacher not even bothering with your blogging fun, I’m not surprised. Teachers are a unique breed, especially college professors (you are in college, right?). They just like to talk and talk and talk.

    And talk and talk.

    And talk and talk.

    Lol, hope the move goes well. We’re moving, too, and it’s not going to be fun.

  2. How do I handle mixing college and writing? Hmmms!

    Simple! If I have a break inbetween classes and have semi-finished my homework, I whip out my laptop and type whatever comes to mind before my next class. Sometimes it backfires on me and I miss said class, but it can be worth it! :3

    Heck, what am I saying? Of course it’s worth it!

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