Archive for January, 2007

Grocery Store Musing

Sunday, January 14th, 2007

Why do I have a kid who won’t eat red meat, but will happily consume Brie?
And how cool is it that we blew ten minutes at the cheese section, talking about all the different varieties she might want to try next?
Why are the boxes of raisins in the snack food aisle, further hidden beneath the […]

Plagiarism Op-Ed

Thursday, January 11th, 2007

Heading off to bed, but before I do that I’m posting this so I won’t have to hunt for the link tomorrow. Slate asks why do we care about plagiarism? I’ve got a lot of reasons. We’ll see if we agree on this.

Revving Up

Wednesday, January 10th, 2007

Got another page written on the article and reworked another two in there. I’m breaking out and expanding some material on the symbolism in this case so I have to grapple with heraldic analysis, the language of flowers and religious imagery. That’s meant some more reading and research to support my argument. Oh, well! Ordered […]


Monday, January 8th, 2007

From, a blog for highlighting Austic-Positive YouTube content: this video brought tears to my eyes.

RBOC: Term’s Begun

Monday, January 8th, 2007

We got the kids back to school with a minimum of whining. That’s a minor miracle!
I met with one class that’s full on paper but not in the classroom. Hmmmm.
I wrote one page in my article which was less than I’d hoped for but more than I should have expected.
There’s an article on the heraldic […]

Writing Again

Thursday, January 4th, 2007

I pulled out one of my many “on-hold” articles and worked on it for an hour this morning, writing the penultimate section on the gendered nature of embroidery in early Tudor England. I just have the conclusion to wrap up and a few odd citations to look up and fit in. I’m afraid it might […]


Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007

I worked like a demon once I determined that WebCT was back up and have submitted marks for two out of the last three classes. The third class I’m only delaying ’til tomorrow since two students (one with a medical excuse and one whom I blogged about earlier) are writing their late exams in the […]

Haiku for 2007

Monday, January 1st, 2007

It can’t be New Year’s.
I don’t have my marks complete.
Woe is mine today.