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Through The Calming Water

by dimensionaltales

It is interesting to see how my life has leveled out after two weeks of lockdown. It’s also a blessing and a half to see how quickly I was able to bounce back into the land of vivid living. I mean…it is a task to keep busy when you were forced to be confined to an enclosed space. Anyway, everything is slowly coming back to normal and my students are slowly coming back to school. Speaking of which…

I have to say that this week was one of my easier weeks. I was off on Monday and Tuesday because of the Tomb Sweeping Festival. I was, again, forced to say inside my community and I had to deal with an old person who wouldn’t leave me alone about not wearing a mask when he wasn’t even wearing one. Luckily, I learned from my last encounter with someone like him and ignored him. Eventually, he was shamed into leaving me alone; Chinese people really do care about “face”.

Anyway, I spend time working on my next short story project (I’ll talk about that later) and, as of now, I only have two more stories left to write. It’s also a project that I’m all too excited about because of my personal attachment to my source of inspiration. But, again, I’ll talk more about it when I’m done with it.

But, going back to what I’m saying, I only had two days of teaching as Friday grants a non-work workday. Although, I use Friday for creating lesson plans and such. So…oddly, my week has been going very smoothly. Nothing eventful and…I’m okay with that. Bet you that’s not going to be the case for next week. Ha! Ha!

Now, please, don’t forget to follow me on my social media platforms (TwitterFacebookInstagram, and Goodreads) which are on the right side of my web page. Also, I do love hearing suggestions of what books to read outside of my norm (Science fiction and fantasy) as I am a part of the Goodreads’ reading challenge for 2022. My goal is to read 180 books this year and I’m already at 57. I think this month is going to be about The Great Course audiobooks since I need to get through all of them before the end of the month.

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