More than you needed to know, but God's honest truth.
I keep trying to write all of the half-formed thoughts in my mind:
- How our relationship is different because we've been together ten years without children.
- What it means for us to live a life that focuses on love (that covers a multitude of sins).
- My new approach to To Kill a Mockingbird and how much I'm loving it (and the fact that I need to limit myself to so many papers a semester with certain classes).
Or even address questions I can't answer:
- Why am I reading a book that compares French parenting to American parenting when I'm not a parent? (Though, it is a truly fascinating read: Bringing Up Bebe.)
- Why do I continue to make myself available in situations that make me feel left out?
- What is it about human nature that develops this sense of "in" or "out" that creates the entire concept of the "other"?
- Why in the world don't educators work as a team since we're all striving toward the same goal? Isn't there a sense of unity in an "I support your classroom policies" mentality?