Monthly Archives: August 2021

Face to Face

I taught a face to face class for the first time in ten months yesterday….and it was exhausting. It wasn’t the teaching, but all the other stuff that goes along with it. We have been allowed to have face to … Continue reading

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How (not) to Disassemble a Piece of Furniture…

So, I finally got rid of the oversized sectional sofa, and it required some creativity. How’s that for an opening line? Pictures would certainly help, but I will do my best to make it clear. I bought this sectional sofa … Continue reading

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A Good Ending

I am wondering if I am the only one who does this. I was reading a book this afternoon (Paris by the Book) and getting close to the finish. There were about 25 pages to go and I wondered to … Continue reading

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A Walk Among the Stacks

I received notification that a library book I wanted to read was finally available for me. The book (the Paris Library) was quite popular and I was way down in the list of holds. I didn’t expect to be able … Continue reading

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A Little More

Customarily, on Saturday, I write about my bike ride. This post will include references to my bike ride, but mostly for illustration purposes. Like all good bike rides, they provide an oppourtunity for epiphany in everything on and off the … Continue reading

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