I have nearly completed one of the two projects I have been working on for the last six months. To me it was the first project in which to work together with the other teacher (who lives in the U.S., while I live in Japan), so I wasn’t sure if it would turn out all right at the very beginning.
However, at this moment, I am already sending her the message to the effect that I want to work with her again. It has been a really nice (and professional) exchanges of opinions and assignments for the last six months, If this particular work is commercially successful (now I have no choice but to rely on the publisher), I will ask her again to work with me to work on a sequel. How does it sound?
Ha ha…you know what this mind is called? I will answer it by giving a well-known saying: Don’t count your chickens before they are hatched.
I hate to count my chickens when they are still in the form of eggs, but I love to imagine some of the nicest ways of working.