I’m slugging through the winter break, trying to push ahead into my next term of teaching and attempting to ensure I’m ready. I’m not.
I’m also in the middle of a contract editing a test bank. Yes, that’s a bank of test answers. It’s very dry work. I’m not sure what I was expecting but. Wow. So dry.
So it may not make much sense, but I’ve been blowing off work and heading into the mountains to pursue a hobby I’ve wanted to try for years: snowshoeing.
Snowshoeing is AMAZING. It’s like skiing or snowboarding in that you’re outside, in the fresh air and mountains. But it’s also way easier to do, which is great because alas I am not very coordinated.
Now when I’m not outside, I’m dreaming about being outside. I think this is a very ‘tourism nerd’ dilemma – to have our day jobs (which are generally very awesome in and of themselves) and yet to be pulled to get out there and enjoy. I preach and teach about #exploreBC, so shouldn’t I be out there doing it?
Alright. Back to the grind. This test bank will not edit itself. (Unless … no. It won’t). I’ll try to remember that contract work like this helps pay for my adventures.
See you out there soon!