Congratulations to all of us who are doing NaBloPoMo and who have done seven days in a row! Yay us! I am having a good time reading other people's blogs and I really appreciate everyone who is commenting on my blog too! It certainly keeps me going when I see that you're enjoying my blog.
So I posted a few days ago about Finding Koto and here it is in all its exciting glory:
Yesterday was a bit of a nutty day---I taught from 9-12, had lunch with a colleague from 12-1, had student appointments til 2;30, graded 10 grad student teaching philosophies and outlined a book chapter. I had committed to this chapter last spring and collected data over the summer but then put it aside since I thought it was due in March or May. Surprise! It is due January 1. I got a two week extension but feel better now that the outline is put together and the data is analyzed.
I finished "The Underwriting" (it was OK--not a satisfying ending) and started "In the Unlikely Event" by Judy Blume. I read about 50 pages and stopped--it wasn't grabbing me. I also had just got "The Lake House" by Kate Morton from the library and really wanted to read that so I started that. If you haven't read any books by Kate Morton you should--she's good. So I have a week or two left on the borrowing for the Judy Blume book so I can return to it if I wish. "The Lake House" so far is great.
Today will be reading and knitting and shopping for buttons and then the Ducks tonight--Go Ducks!