In real life, I am a teacher; both instructional technology to undergraduate education majors and professional development workshops for teaching with primary sources to K12 teachers. This time of the year I am finishing up the primary source reporting and grading student projects. Mostly though, I am waiting for my undergrads to send me portfolios, take their online final and finish up outstanding work. Since I can't just pull out my knitting, while I wait...
1. Pack up work to take home. The weather people have predicted a lousy Sunday and Monday, so I can expect to work from home on Monday. I'll be taking journals and books to read, hard copies of assignments & rubrics (because sometimes paper is OK), and the right flash drive, fully loaded, of course.
2. Search for a particular Excel spreadsheet. Go a little bit crazy because it appears to be hiding. Remember the name of the file. That's the one!
3. Because you are paranoid, email same docs to self as you just saved to a flash drive.
4. Add names to the database. It's boring, but now it's done.
5. Make a cup of tea. This is a particularly good
6. Tidy up my office. After all, it's the end of the term and there is a lot of paper and stacks of journals. Add a few more journals to the going home stack.
Funny, I never have to make work when I am home.