I noticed something that is a little unrelated, but which is a reflection regarding my teaching, and I thought it would be good to mention. Seems like I can read something complicated and simplify it really well, which is the good news. Students have told me that my tutorials are easy to follow, despite being long. This brings me to the bad news: when I am left alone writing a paper, I can write a lot. A lot, a lot! Mostly, it is easy to read, if you don't fall asleep midway. That is a little bit of a bummer. I am planning on writing a book for teens, and I am wondering how that will turn out. Will the writer win, or the summarizer? I have a story that I would love to tell, but unfortunately I don't have an ending for it yet, and knowing me, that is a big problem. Maybe I should wait until the end appears before I start writing, otherwise it could just go on forever.