Understanding Identity in our Technological World

Hello from my corner of the Little Bakery, It is Wednesday, but it seems like it should be Friday. I have spent more time working: prepping, grading, Zooming, interpreting, studying and believing in myself, yes believing I want to do the best work I have ever done with my classes, be a class I haveContinue reading “Understanding Identity in our Technological World”

Critical, Thorough, and Intentional

Hello as I wonder yet again, It is shortly after midnight, and feeling exhausted earlier, I laid down. I feel asleep and awoke more than once listening to the news of the day. Now I am as wide awake as if it was time to get up in the morning, after a restful night’s sleep.Continue reading “Critical, Thorough, and Intentional”

Rethinking, Reimagining, Revising

Hello from Starbucks at the Library, As I sit in my corner, when I look up all I see is students waiting for their morning caffeine. Certainly, I am not one to argue one’s intake and their need for caffeine, particularly earlier in my life (I remember too many late nights in Perkins during myContinue reading “Rethinking, Reimagining, Revising”

It Simply Fades Away

Hello from another Saturday of Working, What is becoming my new semester weekly process, I am back in Panera, although this time in Buckhorn, sitting at my corner table where there is an outlet. However, I am missing my Panera study-buddy, and reflecting on how many mornings, afternoons, and sometimes a weekend we accomplished soContinue reading “It Simply Fades Away”

My Relationship with BOLT

Hello from the corner of Panera, It is after 5:00 p.m., and I have been in the corner here in Hazleton’s Panera since around 8:30 this morning. I have been just plugging away at work all day. If you are wondering what BOLT is, it is the Bloomsburg University’s name for their Course Management System,Continue reading “My Relationship with BOLT”

What is home and why?

Hello from South America. New Year’s Eve in Nicaragua can be characterized by three things: family, fireworks, and food. Certainly there are other elements for some, the usual celebratory “necessities,” but fireworks are a central part of it all. Everyone has some and they are exuberant in their using pyrotechnics to celebrate a new year.Continue reading “What is home and why?”

The Loss of a Lutheran Giant

Good morning from my corner table at La Casa de la Pradera, While I worked on another blog extensively yesterday, this morning brought new information that has changed my focus. It seems that is how life works. I have lived it to a degree not recently experienced this past week. My reality of age isContinue reading “The Loss of a Lutheran Giant”