Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Just A Tease


Alright, I admit it… that was a bad idea. I was just feeling bad for not posting, so I figured that re-introducing old posts would suffice. My bad.

Anyway, it’s the end of the semester now. These are not fun times, I assure you. I have two 15-20 page papers, one with an annotated bibliography, two seven pagers, one project on the program Comic Life, one book project (which includes making a poster, duh), two seven page (single-spaced) responses, two books of literary criticism to read and teach, and one Lit. Circle book left to read and discuss all of which are due in two weeks. Additionally, I have to do all of this while upholding my responsibilities to my Assistantship and ENG 307. I don’t like to think about it.

A while back I wrote a post about Bruce Coville’s visit to my 619 class. It was a well-developed and inspirational post; however, I couldn’t post it the day I wrote it (because Blogger was being Lame) and is now officially M.I.A. If I come across it again, I’ll post it.

I also want to write about my new-fangled experiences with pedagogical classes, such as Issues in the Foundations of Education. It seems like those education majors are a different type of breed than that of what I am used to. I would love to explain more but doing so now would only postpone my work on the aforementioned list; it would also be detrimental to my G.P.A. I won’t allow it.

Plus, I’m already assuring myself to have most of this done by next Friday in order to attend the Brand New concert here at good ol’ Cortland.

For those who missed me… this post is for you.

Cheers

6 comments:

Dave E. said...

It wasn't a "bad idea." It was a "horrible idea that made me never want to visit your blog again."

Steven said...

I bookmarked both your blogs, hoping that you would finally post on one. Let me know if you are interested in Thursday - Full Collapse.

Andyconda said...

I didn't even notice you were gone.

Joe Fox said...

Whats up Ray...

Andy said...

Get some real blogging on here, Ray. You can do better. School work can wait.

kathleeeeeeeen said...

I updated. Now it is your turn.

Son.