I don’t know that I really have anything new or exciting to post, but I feel like I should stay in the habit. This week is spring break for my teaching, but not for my studying, so the list for the week still looks way too familiar:
- read for 660 (though actually I have the reading done on this, just need to comb back through to get the relevant bits)
- post in 660
- respond to two posts in 660
- read for 682 (this one is partially read as well, and it’s the last reading assignment for the semester in this course – yay!)
- post in 682
- respond to two posts in 682
There’s a few other things I need to do this week as well. One includes getting the taxes finalized. I just need to make a trip over to the CPA and sign off for them to be e-filed. I had some work in mind for the classes I’m teaching, and I am working some of it in, but most of it will just have to wait. Rumors abound that we might be changing textbooks for fall, so I don’t want to do a bunch of work only to have to redo it all over the summer.
My knitting has been very chaotic. Projects selected, started, ripped out, repeat. I *think* the sweater I’m working on right now is going well. Let me get a few more rows in before I show it to you. It’s quite fun, and I’ll need a picture to tell you about it properly.
What I hope is my last round of textbooks has been ordered. I held off on these until later in the term because, geez, these courses needed a ton of them. By ‘ton’, I mean ten. Probably not a ton in anyone’s mind, but just be thankful you’re not the one that has had to read them. Let’s just say they aren’t a quick read. It’s interesting stuff, but I have to take lots of breaks to let my brain absorb it all. Spring break for these courses will be in a couple of weeks, but I will probably be working on stuff anyway, so it will hardly matter. What’s more important is in less than two months, I will be done.
And then this can turn back into a knitting blog.