I cry multiple times over multiple days during the last week of every semester. Occasionally there are tears of frustration (I mean, come on, how come you don’t remember the six lessons about plagiarism??), but mostly tears of joy and sorrow. The joy of impending downtime and the sorrow of leaving my students behind pull … Continue reading Ending is such sweet sorrow
Pink champagne cake from Schat's Bakery complete with a vintage June Angel cake top. I ordered a birthday cake for myself this year; I have never ordered a cake for myself. Ever. The cake was in the house less than five minutes before I cut into it. One of the perks of being an adult … Continue reading Birthday Musings
Just over six years ago my husband, Joe, nearly died after contracting a seasonal flu. He spent more than three weeks in the ICU and was intubated because he wouldn’t breath on his own. Once Joe had recovered from the flu, he spent another week in a rehab center so he could learn to walk, … Continue reading Another Pandemic Blog
Before new knowledge has permanently embedded itself into my sense of family history, it feels important to take one last look at the picture I already have in my head about Great-great-great-great-grandpa Henry Munroe. The first point of contact is through his daughter, Mary Louisa; "Little Grandma" as she is known in my family, was … Continue reading What I Know So Far
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