Semester’s started. Sort of. Orientation meetings are next week, and teaching starts the week after. I’ve started planning the schedule, of course. There are things I could write about. But I am really not in much of a blogging mood.

I expect I’ll feel like blogging again in a while. The desire’s always come back before. Usually right after I write a post like this, actually.

4 thoughts on “mood

  1. Billy Bloggs

    Hey, you only went 5 days without posting. Give it a year or two then see how you feel.

  2. Elin

    I guess that is how I feel most of the time:-) Can’t wait to talk to you, by the way..

  3. Francois Lachance

    Picture making / posting time?

  4. Jill

    That’s an idea. Change modes. Maybe.

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