Teach at 8 a.m. (Done!)
Post slides from class (fix 1 slide) (done 2:10pm)
Meet with student (Done – 10:30ish)
Figure out hotel bill discrepancy (done – 2pm)
Stop surfing the internet so damn much.
Edit edit edit edit edit on RR.
but tired. Full day today. More to do tomorrow.
Wills and Trusts at 8 am
Faculty meeting at 11:30 (it was very productive)
Critical Race Theory at 1 (awesome time)
A fun chat with BJM and related lazy blog post afterwards.
Now, I’m tired. Time to go home, and talk to parents. And sleep.
Actually, I am. But I’ve also got links, yes I do.
My T&S post linked by EmJen at Mormon Times. (Does a happy dance.)
-Copies made, all ready to go for CRT tomorrow. (Except for one book I still have to locate, but I think it’s at home.) Yay!
Semi-ready for W&T; should be ready soon enough. Semi-yay! Ready now – yay!
-Class rosters, etc., lined up and ready. Yay!
Still need to finish issue analysis for summer and get exams back . . . not-so-yay . . . Done – yay!
-Semi-prepared for faculty meeting tomorrow. Probably need to send an e-mail update.
-Need to e-mail about website — hmm . . .
-No work done on RR today — blech . . .
Other things I forgot:
-Call hotel about bill. Get reimbursement in.
-Clean out e-mail backlog (tonight?)
-Pick up missing book from home (definitely tonight!).
Add in the short article sent out earlier, and that counts as a (semi)productive day, right?
From Reese at FMH:
“Don’t we all go through those periods when we feel like our juggling is totally out of rhythm? When we feel like we’re doing everything halfway and not really getting anything done right and disappointing everyone in the process?”
From Mind on Fire, Neil, and AFP:
Yeah, that needs to be my new motto.
Final edits to short article in; footnotes updated; CV updated; submissions sent out. (Deep breath.) Fingers crossed.
Okay, on to the next project.