Are you the one who no longer bother to check you’re phone for text messages because you hardly ever get them. Are you the one who has to pretend like it doesn’t bother you when you read about how all of your “friends” are hanging out with each other why you’ve spent every day of the last three weeks in your room. Are you the one who’s slightly embarrassed at yourself when someone asks you to hang out because it happens so rarely.
Are you the one who may have just flunked out of Grad School this very second. No, that’s probably not you. And you probably aren’t ready to explode because you’ve reached your wits end with pretending that you’re always the calm emotionless one who’s bothered by nothing. No, that’s probably not you.
Yeah, life just got real loud, and I think it’s telling me that it doesn’t want me around anymore.
So Teen Tech week has become the bane of my existence. I have no idea what to do for it. i was thinking about having teen’s make their own web page with the site that YALSA provided, but I don’t like the site. I’m having problems working it myself, not to mention a lot of kids in this area don’t have their own computers and we don’t have a computer lab so there’s no way that’s going to happen.
Then I though about a QR code scavenger hunt, but I’m having issues not only finding QR codes but also making them. Clearly I’m in need of Adult Tech Week to figure all this business out.
My most recent idea was cardboard box robots. I’m not sure if that’s technical enough and I’d have to start collecting boxes now, but I think it’s a good idea. my boss however said that she wasn’t interested but she thought that maybe, kids might possibly like it.
This constant clashing of programs is killing me.