Thursday, November 19, 2009
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Two posts I've made on the admissions blog lately:
Neither is much of an update on recent life, but I like how they've forced me consider what might interest people about HLS, and sometimes it's stuff I haven't explained in much detail here before.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Views from where I spent the afternoon reading, basking in the sun, and enjoying some of our last 60-degree weather of the year:
Today might be more of the same, because thanks to the end of my Sex Equality class, weekends now last until about Tuesday evening. There's usually homework and sometimes some TAP work to be done, but generally it's exactly the reprieve I expected from an intensive class ending in October.
Russell, who's still at work with Disability Services as we speak, is so jealous he can hardly stand me.
Saturday, November 7, 2009
So I pretty much hate this time of year: the time change just pushed sunset forward an hour, and a good portion of each day seems suddenly plunged into darkness. It's messing with everyone, but for obvious reasons, it's especially messing with me. I wake up easily enough with sunrise also an hour early, but by noon it feels like late afternoon, and by four o'clock it feels like nighttime.
Luckily, while it's been a busy week, it hasn't been too busy for either a quick nap after lunch or a couple of hours watching TV with Omar most afternoons. These chances to recharge may be the only reason I don't collapse prior to 8 p.m. every day - I am seriously dragging fanny! So forgive me if this post isn't the most comprehensive update on my life.
Right now Russell is out getting a haircut, and I'm hanging out in bed with Omar, which is a perfect opportunity to blog except that I don't feel like writing very much. So maybe a few cute pictures from the past week or so will suffice?
Some shots of Omar I've been taking in the afternoons
Results of our pumpkin carving party
Monsters I carved (hard to see because they go all the way around)
Skull Russell carved
Anush's scary robot
Albert's very impressive HLS shield