I realized recently that I stopped writing (regularly) in the summer of 2008. That was about two years ago, when I started student teaching (and playing World of Warcraft).
I haven’t been student teaching since spring of 2009. In fact, between May of 2009 and January of 2010, I was basically unemployed or substitute teaching. It wasn’t until recently that I have been working full-time at a job that allows me to openly talk about the daily goings-ons. You can’t do that with schools, administrators get all uptight when you call your students “sluts” or “idiots” on the internet. People get fired for crap like that.
So I suppose that’s why I stopped updating any blog of mine, because my life had to appear internet-free (and therefore free of all child ruining immoralities).
However, now that I am free to write about any aspect of my life, that means I have to start living again. I noticed that some of my best MRoDT posts involved me out doing stuff with other people. That doesn’t happen so much anymore. Why? I’m not sure really. I know all the same people and live in the same city.
Maybe it’s true what they say, about life sucking after college.
What do they say? They say that life sucks after college.
Who are they? I don’t really know.
Since I got my degree, life has been on a steady downward spiral. Not financially, emotionally, or otherwise. It just seems like there isn’t as much fun stuff going on anymore, not since the fall of 2008 when I started student teaching.
I’ve had enough. If the wife can take one “interesting” picture every day, I can do one “fun” thing every day and write about it. Let the games begin.