Ripped from today’s headlines:
The highly respected Las Vegas school teacher known to the blogging world as Quilldancer has once again been forced to concede that there are only 48 hours in one weekend. Of those 48 hours only two still remain. Quilldancer plans to spend them sleeping.
As the Witness Team Chair, Quilldancer spent approximately 9 hours in church this weekend for Revival. She spent another 2 hours in church attending (most of) her last Lay Leadership class. She also spent 2 hours reading the textbook she forgot to take to her Lay Leadership class.
Because she is a dedicated 5th grade teacher Quilldancer spent approximately 15 hours in her classroom this weekend creating bulletin board displays and hot glueing paper and fabric to her classroom walls (if she ever finishes maybe she will take a couple of pictures to share with you).
Because she has far too much to do, Quilldancer has taken very little time to sleep, however she did enjoy a full 5 hours of rest from Midnight to 5:00 a.m. on Saturday and another luxurious six hours of repose Saturday night/Sunday morning.
The remainder of Quilldancer’s time was twittered away on general hygiene things, including a haircut; driving from place to place; eating; and — in tiny measure — commenting on the blogs of her treasured friends.
The next time Quilldancer agrees to chair a committee and take a ministry class at the same time on the weekend before school starts she hopes one of her friends will twap her upside the head. Hard.
This report was prepared for you by me, Quilldancer’s zombie double. Though not as eloquent as the original Quilldancer, I believe I am much better looking.
Quilly is the pseudonym of Charlene L. Amsden, who lives in the Pacific Northwest. When she is not doing book reviews or creating curriculum literature units, she is working on writing the next great American novel. You may visit her writing blog at http://charlene-amsden.com. Quilly is the pseudonym of Charlene L. Amsden, who lives in the Pacific Northwest. When she is not doing book reviews or creating curriculum literature units, she is working on writing the next great American novel. You may visit her writing blog at http://charlene-amsden.com.