- the school building and my destroyed classroom (Om, the construction will lead to improvement, the construction will lead to improvement, the construction will lead to improvement, om)
- Professional reading, including the books I payed retail for when my giddiness at the end of the school year exploded (College Knowledge by David T. Conley and Re-Forming Gifted Education by Karen B. Rogers escaped my remorseful return purge) and Papers, Papers, Papers: An English Teacher's Survival Guide by Carol Jago
- Personal reading, namely the ubiquitous Getting Things Done by David Allen
- Planning for the year ahead, using my new planner, digging into backwards design, etc.
Get wicked distracted by the goodness a friend of hers has cooked up. One of the 23 Things is Del.icio.us, and then I read Todd Seal's post about noting with Google Reader, quickly followed by another post on Del.icio.us! Oh my! Clearly the only answer is to spend too much time puttering with my tags.
Then I read Scott McLeod's post about Moving Forward's wiki page needing a boost. Oh, my goodness. The wikis listed there are so awesome that I've been up all night getting mine more in line with what I want, which I can see more clearly because I've seen some good examples of what is possible (hmm, classroom application to assessment much?).