A Three Hour Tour

I left Thursday morning to go to work with all of my stuff for the weekend at my partner's place....and now the country is in semi lock-down for the Coronavirus. I feel like I'm on Gilligan's Island, where they left for a three hour tour and spent years (or three TV seasons) on an "uncharted... Continue Reading →

For Goodness Sake

With my dad's death, I keep wondering if I'm asking myself the right questions in life. I get quite worked up about superficial things sometimes and I know that it's inane. I ran across a letter he wrote me when I moved to Europe. He was so kind, and tried to keep any judgment out... Continue Reading →

Mr. Rogers

This week, the week my father died, was more about family than I would have imagined. He didn't want a ceremony so there was no official “good-bye”. I'll have to do that on my own, later, in private. However, I did have the chance to make it about family. I saw a lot of people... Continue Reading →

The Taming of the Shrew

There are often students who wake me up at night. Sometimes it's because I'm worried about them, but sometimes it's because they're annoying. Back in the past, I had one student who I would truly classify as evil; he liked making other students cry, like, that made him happy. He kept me up at night,... Continue Reading →

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