What an Insanely, Crazy March: Slice of Life Day #19

I can’t say it hasn’t been a great March, but it sure has been busy.  Good thing the first week gave me some  time to work on the Welcome Wagon setup for the team and the new Slicers.  After that, it was hit or miss for me, without a regular schedule for commenting on new slicers or old.  At least I have been getting in a slice-a-day even on travel days.

For the last two days, I’ve been here with Ellenville High School’s English and Social Studies Departments.  They have been wonderful to work with. Really wonderful and we have more to come in April and May.

So I’m home now for a few days with a concert at Carnegie Hall tomorrow night with Tuvia and a double bill of  Israeli movies at the Burns Film Center on Saturday.  I should be able to make a dent in the commenting side of the marathon, but  for the last week, I will be on the road on Tuesday, working with high school Science teachers in Highland Falls and then I’m off to DC for an NWP annual conference to meet with Congressional reps, advocating for the future life of our writing project.

So, it will be a wild last week for me…  Oh and there was that little trip to Cancun for the second week, but thankfully Excellence knows to have wifi everywhere on the grounds.

I’m not complaining, just shaking my head in wonder.

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