Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Productive day

I slammed and jammed today. Before I headed home just after 1 pm, I'd covered a city council meeting and done four interviews.

The meeting was routine, but I felt at home doing the interviews. Summer reading programs for kids, and a lady promoting the area around the Forks which is one of my favorite places on the planet.

Then I interviewed two teachers in an effort to find the answer to the age-old question that kids ask: "I wonder what teachers do in the summertime."

I can't share much about the pieces, but once published I might post them on my blog.

So today was productive. I hope your day was a hoot too.


  1. Looking forward to the info in the teacher interview. A very good idea for an article also. Anxious to read it....

  2. This will be cool about the teacher interviews and what you find out

  3. That is an incredibly beautiful photo. The epitome of serenity. Thank you.

  4. I'm looking forward to the teachers answers. Lovely photo.
    Hugs, Julia

  5. Well as I have several teachers in my family I can tell you that teachers jobs are pretty much never done. A lot of their summers are filled with getting ready for another school year. Teachers do more than they are given credit for and I can't give them enough praise. Glad you had such a great day, makes a body feel good for sure !

  6. Anonymous11:53 AM

    I didn't do a damn thing & that was OK with me!!

  7. Well, I know what I would do in the summer time if I were a teacher!

  8. I must admit I am slightly jealous of your job. You have a justifiable reason to walk up to people and get to know them. I meet people and get to know the surface person. You can dig a bit.

  9. Dear Rick, I do so hope that you will post some, if not all, of your interviews. I suspect you, with your respect for all humankind and animals too, can draw forth from others such interesting stories. Peace.

    1. Thank you for your kind words Dee. I will post some of them.

  10. It is good to have productive days, isn't it


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