I posted before about how busyness seems to make it more difficult to live a simple life. This busyness involving trying to combine part-time grad school is leading me to burn-out. I don't see how I could do two or three more years of this. Plus, next semester, I will be taking seven credits (eight … Continue reading leap
Last week a woman in her thirties and her young son left behind a condo and a significant number of possessions to join our community. This is no small deal--I remember what it was like to leave behind my large studio for a single bedroom. I often joke that with all the furniture I left … Continue reading welcoming a new housemate
With Wisconsin's historic recall election concluding less than 36 hours ago, what else would I write about? People are going to spin Gov. Walker's 53% to 46% victory over Tom Barrett in any number of ways. I remember when President Reagan swept 49 states in the 1984 election, a look at the blue-colored map (Republicans … Continue reading two days after the historic recall election, what did you expect me to talk about–the weather?