So Much More Than a Memory

Good early morning, It seems to be that no matter the time I choose to call it a day, I will find myself awake at 2:30 a.m., pondering more than Trump’s tweets. Perhaps that is because he’ll soon be up composing the latest 140 character blasphemy or alt reality, while casting accusations of fakery atContinue reading “So Much More Than a Memory”

SGS – Short Once Again

Hello from the GI/Nutrional Center at Geisinger, I am currently waiting for a recopying of paperwork that I managed to misplace before I even got out of the hospital today. I am not sure how I managed that, but I did. I have been diagnosed with something called Short Gut (or Bowel) Syndrome, which is aContinue reading “SGS – Short Once Again”

The Fundamentals of College (and Life)

 Hello from my office, We are back to the last week of classes and the finals the week following. This semester has gone much more rapidly (at least it seems to be the case) than any other semester since I first taught the fall of 1992. It has hard to believe that I have beenContinue reading “The Fundamentals of College (and Life)”

Respect is Fundamental

Hello from back in Pennsylvania, Yesterday was a long day (it is now Tuesday morning and I am washing bedding for the second time in two days) but those are my Monday’s. While I did get a number of things covered, there yet feels like there is more to do than I seem to haveContinue reading “Respect is Fundamental”

Letting Them “Succeed” on Their Terms

Hello from OSCLG, I am walking out of one of the more poignant and touching presentations I have ever attended. While it was not an auto ethnography, it was a narrative and an amazing story about the relationship forged between and advisor and a doctoral student. It allowed me to consider the role we haveContinue reading “Letting Them “Succeed” on Their Terms”

Another Semester ~ Another Year

Good evening from the corner of my study in Bakeless, It has been one of the more eventful weeks I think I have had in a while. A week ago I was headed to Hazleton, where I ended up spending the night with my adopted family. I had the opportunity to share some important informationContinue reading “Another Semester ~ Another Year”