A little over a year ago, I told a friend:
Started blogging in my bullet journal, realized this is just journaling…
And that’s where I’ll be blogging for the next little bit.
As mentioned in my earlier post, I’m going on hiatus for a bit. I’m anticipating returning in July, but it might be sooner, might be later. Comments are off on all posts more than 1 day old; webmentions will be received but probably not displayed.
See you later!
I’m taking a digital hiatus of sorts starting Friday, 5/10/2019. I haven’t decided how locked down kimberlyhirsh.com will be. At the very least, comments will be turned off for all pages and posts. It’s possible I’ll design a landing page about my hiatus and then set all other pages and posts to private. It’s also possible I’ll put the whole thing behind password protection.
Anyway, if you need to reach me, you probably already know how, but if not, let’s get that set up in the next couple days.
It’s not noon yet and I’ve had a phone meeting and talked with my insurance agent, so probably I deserve a delicious sandwich and also your admiration? I’m a grown up, is what I’m saying.
Because I was a child when it started, I just started watching 90210 for the first time and I’m baffled that AO3 only has ONE Brandon Walsh/Dylan McKay story. Baffled, I say! What even are you, Internet?
I’ve been solo parenting for almost a week and we’re currently at Defcon Watching “How Far I’ll Go” DisneyMusicVEVO over & over. Single parents, I salute you.
This morning I told my son, “Mommy used to be a teacher. Did you know that?” He said, “No. But now you’re a parent!” (I didn’t tell him that some people are both.)
TFW someone cites a forthcoming book that you know will be key in your research and you can’t find anything else about it…
Me: I just want an in-depth explanation of how the Connected Learning model is different than it was in 2013 that gives me more details than the CL Alliance website does.
This book: Hi.
April 1: Fool
We listened to Lovefool
We glittered and glued
I have rarely been so present
As I was in that past
Adolescence is tech week for adulthood.