Birthday Week

listening :: a lot of Metallica and the defunt Jacksons Kid Summer; watching :: Through the Never this weekend and all of the season premiers from this week; reading :: Hawkeye: Little Hits, Peanut, and Fangirl; wanting :: dumplings and fall activities; working :: midterm assignments, getting back into a run schedule, and daytrip planning; writing :: cover letters and outlines;Continue reading “Birthday Week”

Middle Sea

Full Disclosure:: The younger tennis player is the drummer of the band and a friend — who is actually very good at tennis. listening :: the above and Best Coast’s I Don’t Know How (Warning – once you start listening to either, you won’t be able to stop); watching :: Promised Land and Like Crazy; reading :: AContinue reading “Middle Sea”

Week 2

listening :: to my Pop Pop, and Mike’s stories from Japan; watching :: video lectures and The Mindy Project season premiere; reading :: Runner’s World and about the Mountain Runners; wanting :: this semester to be over, coffee, and a long vacation; working :: on class work and the library’s zombie apocalypse plan; writing :: projects proposals for class, class instructionContinue reading “Week 2”

Where Did The Summer Go?

listening :: S.S. Librarianship and Slaughterhouse-Five on cassette; watching :: the beginnings of Buffy and Call the Midwife; reading :: about yoga, The Interestings, and The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P.; wanting :: tonight!, tacos for lunch!, and back-to-school shoes!; working :: on less job hunting stuff and bracing for the Fall semester which entails a lot of prep workContinue reading “Where Did The Summer Go?”


Sorry for the cop-out in terms of a photo – but I did really want to feature this song – Sunday Morning Stasis listening :: above, Slaughterhouse-Five on cassette, and lots of NPR stories about gut bacteria, because cool; watching :: Kaytlyn in The Great American Trailer Park Musical soon!; reading :: The Spectacular Now and The Family Heirloom Project; wanting :: more days like yesterdayContinue reading “Stasis”