I tried and I tried and I tried.
And, well . . . quite simply, I failed.
I cannot give up chocolate. (I didn’t try that hard.)
And I cannot bundle all of my Reader’s Theater plays. I tried very hard to do it.
Somehow, somewhere along the way, I have written NINE Reader’s Theater packs.
When I figured that out, I wanted to know how in the world I had the time to do that and which reality show I must have missed while I was writing ninety plays.
I have had a few requests to bundle all of my plays.
And, after hemming and hawing, and eating chocolate, I finally decided I’d do it.
But I couldn’t.
The file is way too big.
So I compressed each pack individually, tied it all up with a pretty bow, and then I compressed that.
Still too big.
So then I googled it.
Google said to do everything I had already done.
So then I yahoo-ed it.
Yahoo said to do everything I had already done.
So then I asked some friends.
And, even though their advice was good, it didn’t work, either.
So I gave up and I ate chocolate.
And I looked at Instagram.
And I took Murphie on a walk.
And then I may have taken a nap because this was after the Zac Brown concert and I was out way too late the night before and I am old and I need more sleep than the regular concert-go-er.
AND THEN I JUST PLAIN GAVE UP.
Instead, I bundled just the Fall plays. I mean, I have all three Fall packs in a center tub right now so that I can differentiate for my learners so maybe you need to have all three, too.
I don’t know.