Friday, September 30, 2005

tonight's the night

And even though today started before 6AM and the game is in extra innings after 11PM, even though the school day ended with a last period assembly of eight graders on a Friday afternoon and the school was an hour's drive from home and even though I'm a month behind in my blog and they are in the attic in a plastic tub marked Christmas ornaments, tonight is the night to pull out the flannel sheets.

There just comes a time.
And this is it.
Tomorrow will be the day for updating the blog with scattered journal scratchings.
Lots of writing this past month -- just not here.

Today was a great day with friends at Olmsted Falls Middle School where the kids were well prepared and the teachers were enthused and involved. The sun was out and the air and the falling leaves were crisp. It was a day to be grateful for.

And just made for flannel sheets.

1 comment:

Trish Kosik said...

Hi Sara:

Your visit to OFMS was a pure delight! I asked the students for comments or observations about your assembly, and besides telling me how much fun it was, a couple students told me that you have inspired them to start writing poetry!! Thank you for a wonderful day!