I've finished another story chapter first draft (though that doesn't mean that it's the final draft). Highway to Tartarus is up to 57,500 words--about 186 pages at the same print size as The Godshead. I'm hoping to finish the last three plot-related stories this week, and add a few other stories to the mix.
Also on the back burner is...grading. My Comp I papers were handed in on Friday. I've got five done out of twenty. I need to see how many I can get graded later, after I get the story bouncing around in my head to come out.
Speaking of those papers...I have a student to email. This particular student has a lot going on in their lives, and they've turned in both of the first two papers late. I accepted the first one late because they had a sick eight month old baby. The second? I didn't accept. I have no clue what's going on with that student--they've missed ten class periods. We've been going for five full weeks, three times a week. In other words, the student has missed two thirds of the class. Student needs to drop the class before their failing grade goes on their transcript.
I have more clutter to deal with in the master bedroom, too. It's a lot better than it used to be, but I need to sort through my nightstand's drawers and take out worn out stuff, and stuff I just don't wear anymore for give away.
The rest of what needs done is kind of a waiting game. I need to wait until this weekend for something before I can plan anything else.
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Boy, I'm glad I never got drunk and missed one of your finals, or plagiarized a paper for your class. Maybe you could do like the Catholic church and sell dispensations whereby you forgive classroom transgressions for cash?ReplyDelete
I don't give finals...or midterms. We work on the paper in class together from the day it's assigned until the day it's due. I accept papers by email by midnight on the due date, and will grant extensions if asked before the due date. My class is impossible to fail, if you just try.Delete