Monthly Archives: March 2007
Today it’s raining off an on, but the best part is/was … thunder. I’m glad I shut my windows last night before I went to bed.
… and so I had to teach, albeit briefly.
Today’s news links come courtesy of the Post Chronicle, not quite the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, or Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung …
I don’t know exactly how Russendisko went over with the students; for all but Natallia and Sara it was clearly rather difficult, though most of them picked out some good details.
My mp3s from/of Our Lady Peace are a bit f**ked up; I think “Automatic Flowers” is cut short, and “Clumsy” clearly comes from a skipping-CD. I’m not too fond of the music and can imagine myself deleting it to free … Continue reading
Today was about teaching, about not being too snarky with my slacker students, about not losing my temper because there is no real respect in that classroom.
… who missed MILC and/or the post-conference party last night, for both were wonderfully entertaining.
My alarm went off on time, but my speakers … ah, my speakers.
Last night after I returned from drinks with Andrea, Lynn, and Liz at the wine cellar, as I told Lynn I would when we got off the bus, I decided to use up my space apples in an apple pie. … Continue reading
Today Andrea moved out in the morning, but not before I prepared a batch of buttermilk pancakes, which he enjoyed. He walked to town and hasn’t yet taken the bus.