My Annual Blog Report

13) Christmas Open House (2)

Happy New Year! Belated Merry Christmas!

The WordPress team prepared my blog’s yearly report, which I am sharing at the end of this short message that I am finally able to post.

As you know, entries for this past semester have been extremely weak, with a very chaotic December. I found myself  suddenly forced to pack  up my entire home in about 4 days (120 boxes worth of stuff)  and move off campus on December 25th, all this in the midst of : teaching, giving and grading finals, church choir practices and extra rehearsals for the 24th Christmas Eve service, Christmas open houses for students and faculty, walking the abandoned dogs at the vet’s every day, swimming at my lovely fitness center and struggling with Internet connection difficulties almost on a daily basis.  It’s over now but what a crazy last few weeks to the school year!  I think I managed about 4 hours of sleep every night during that entire month.  Welcome back to college life! More reports on that later.

For now, thank you for  faithfully following my site, despite the limited updates.  I should be able to remedy that for 2016.  Ping An (Peace!) from China!

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 7,200 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 6 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

About connieinchina

I have been in the Asia region for 30 years as an English language teacher. 28 of those have been spent with the Amity Foundation, a Chinese NGO that works in all areas of development for the Chinese people. Amity teachers are placed at small colleges throughout China as instructors of English language majors in the education field. In other words, my students will one day be English teachers themselves in their small villages or towns once they graduate. Currently, this is my 13th year in Luzhou Vocational and Technical College. The college is located in Luzhou city (loo-joe), Sichuan Province, a metropolis of 5 million people located next to the Yangtze River .
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2 Responses to My Annual Blog Report

  1. Kate Lindsay says:

    Thanks for sharing…..it’s interesting to know more about WordPress and the impact of Connie’s blog. Look forward to 2016 postings.

  2. Teresa says:

    Connie, why did you have to move? Where are you living now?

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