But all of that is about to change, sort of. I just spent the last three weeks at the Central Utah Writing Project's summer institute. For three weeks I wrote, read, taught, talked about using writing in the classroom, ate (seriously, so much delicious food), and read some more. Seriously, if you are a teacher, you have to go to this thing. Look up the National Writing Project for your state and just go. It was the best three weeks I've spent in a summer.
And the best thing about it was that it taught me to be a writer again. To write what I want to write. To write every day. To get feedback from other writers. To publish. I'm still on a post-CUWP high, and I want to keep this up. I want to keep writing. So, the plan for now is to use this blog as a place to put my writing. Not all of it, as some of it makes no sense, some of it is meant for a very specific audience, and some of it is not yet polished enough for publication. But some of it will show up here from time to time. Some will be poetry, some fictional prose, heck, maybe even a book review now and again when I read something I really like and actually have something substantive to say. The point of this blog was always to write what I felt like writing, so that's what I'm doing. Because I am a writer. Welcome back.