This week seems like a good time to post about my own daily time warping, given the overnight clock shenanigans. Around midday on Tuesday, I was finishing up class prep for my English Literature I class and I’d just done some reading for a conference paper I’m working on. Early that morning, I’d spent my … More time warp!
For a good part of the time I was in Casper, I was lucky to have knitting friends, and friends who didn’t knit but who liked to get together with good food and conversation who weren’t bothered by the constant twitch of yarn and needles. Still, I did—and do—most of my yarn-based pursuits in private, … More in good company
Tonight I am spending my evening watching two basketball games at the community college where I teach. I have, combined, on the women’s and men’s teams, six current students, and at least half a dozen former students. This is not the first basketball game I have been to for my students—I attended one last spring, … More To the Line: Living Pedagogy from the Bleachers