*very*soon here — I've already started lining some of those ducks up, in fact — but for now I kind of feel lost. Mind you, I don't mind, as it actually gives me a chance to catch my breath...

Maybe I'll post an entry to my blog...

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## Tuesday, January 17, 2006

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So what do I do with my evenings now?

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The Blog of Teacher Eric Gjovaag

I've discovered a weird problem in my life: I don't know what to do at night anymore when I'm home. Now that I'm down to tutoring only two nights a week, I'm not sure what to do those nights I have off. I've been doing the four nights a week thing for so long that, on a night like tonight when everything gets done early and I have a few spare hours, I'm kind of at loose ends. To be sure, I'll be working on the job hunt *very* soon here — I've already started lining some of those ducks up, in fact — but for now I kind of feel lost. Mind you, I don't mind, as it actually gives me a chance to catch my breath...

Maybe I'll post an entry to my blog...

Maybe I'll post an entry to my blog...

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Eric Gjovaag, often known to his students as Mr. G, grew up on Bainbridge Island. He considered journalism as a career in college, but education won out in the end, and after attaining his degree he spent twelve years working as a substitute teacher in districts around the Seattle area. This blog is his journal of his experiences, sharing his successes, discoveries, and other random thoughts. Eric is an acknowledged Wizard of Oz expert and runs his own website on the subject. He's married to Laura, who has her own blog, and helps maintain this one.

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