School started August 30th, and I've been busy ever since.
|Dani at 13,000 feet (and climbing)|
Comparatively speaking, I'm still skating. Many of my co-workers have school age children, and their afternoon and evening schedules make mine look semi-retired.
Never-the-less, between extra union meetings, Board Meetings, and getting back into the swing of a "normal" work week, I have been neglecting this blog.
I've even neglected reading many blogs. But... hopefully... I'm back!
So what's new in my life?
The TV series Bones -- My wife and I have watched most of 4 or 5 seasons: dark humor and great character development surrounding a geeky police procedural.
|Joel, enjoying BC's waterways|
Changes on campus -- more stress on my co-workers: bigger classes, looming pay gouges instead of pay cuts, new computer programs (and glitches), and a new aide for me.
A great week-long visit from my youngest daughter.
And, I started a new credential program: Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (PASC). It meets one Friday/Saturday a month for 14 months. Last weekend was the beginning. I'm lovin' it.
So that's the mini-update from 36,000 feet. I'm a zoom-out, zoom-in kind of guy... perhaps next post I'll zoom in on something from this big picture: the life of Don.
|John and Jo -- enjoying each other|
|Joanna and an armload of twins|
|Joanna and her girls|