After a frustrating year on the tenure-track job hunt, my eyes are still on the prize, and I've learned that sheer will might be the most important quality required for this career track.
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Alright, my DonorsChoose page, which has been up for a while now, is looking a little sad. Not that I'm complaining - almost all the projects I've supported have been funded, after all. (We do still need to buy some poster boards for a science fair, and I just added iPads for Students with Autism to my giving page!) But this is a competition, I've only gotten one donation through my page, and I'm feeling a little inconsequential right now. :( I didn't think I'd have to resort to this, but it's for the children (and my pride), so I think a bribe is in order...
Hubby and I have been documenting my pregnancy with profile shots of my belly taken every few weeks. So, anytime I get a donation of at least $10 made to my DonorsChoose page, I will post one of these shots. With my pseudonym, you can probably imagine that the belly will not have a face attached. Also, the belly will be covered in all the pics; sorry, but no bare belly shots will be shown on this blog. :P I'll start off with my 11 week photo, and go all the way to this coming week's 36 week photo, a total of 10 belly shots - if there are enough donations to get us there.
So go do a good deed...and watch my belly grow.
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LOL, that is so sweet :)
I get paid at midnight, maybe I'll slip you a fin
I would think your fear of pregnancy would keep you from wanting to see the physical results. ;)
My page is equally sad. I've taken to promoting others. Clearly at this point no one other than me is going to donate anything through my page.
It worked!! "I gave to this project because I want to see Dr O's belly pictures" Yay!