Get off my back, dear daughter
My daughter Kalypso, spending the summer in Omaha, just emailed me and let me know that I haven't blogged for some time now. This is apparently in response to my pointing out that her blog has not been a center of much activity as of late. Well, here are my thoughts about teaching at the moment: I'm tired. I get up at 4 AM to do archaeology, it is windy, hot, and there is a whole bunch of paperwork to do in my position as square supervisor on an archaeological dig. Tomorrow we fine grid a floor for flotation samples, and I'll need to get caught up on some closed loci. What does this have to do with teaching? It makes me miss the classroom I guess. Was that enough Kalypso?