Sunday, May 27, 2018

They Don't Look Wet

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My first sixth grade graduated this past week. I can't believe it's already been three years at this school and a full six years since I began working in education. I didn't think it would be something I would enjoy doing as much as I do. Seeing these kids everyday and watching them grow up into young adults before ushering them into high school is actually pretty rewarding. And now that school is out and I have all this extra time on my hands, I can get some additional writing done.

First, I have restarted my Patreon page and already have three months of planned posts ready to go on it including two new series and the first few chapters of novels that I am working on. I am also working on the Story Series that are published here and starting several short stories and research on some regional history including Naomi Tanner, Jotham Meeker and Salmon Prouty, Commodore True, and Mrs. C.B. Littleton. If you enjoy my writing and would like to support my stories or my research, please consider giving money at Patreon or buying me a cup of coffee at Ko-Fi.

I go very few sporting events. In fact, I can count on one hand--well, maybe two now--the number of sporting events I have been to. George Brett's last game with the Kansas City Royals, at least 4 Kansas University men's basketball games, and a Kansas University football game where not only they lost (because that is what they do) but also had a rain delay.
Hey, it's a real-life Brutus and Wilberforce situation.