Wednesday, February 23, 2005

3 days in a row

Today was our third day of snow in a row. Monday, as I posted earlier, saw a dusting. Tuesday morning was the best, with about an inch on the ground when we woke up. We tried to video it but somehow managed not to. Today saw yet more snow, with about half an inch or so on the ground when we awoke. It snowed pretty much all day, sometimes intensely, but the temperature was a few degrees above freezing so it didn't manage to stick. I'm hopeful for more tomorrow. Wait... let me take a peek outside to see if there is any... there appears to be a quarter inch or so on cars and bushes, but none on the roads. Apparently much of Europe felt this storm. I'll be sure to post more pics if more snow comes because I know that many in the Southeastern part of the U.S. are in the middle of quit a warm snap and have to experience winter vicariously through us or the news.

We're in the second half of my first term both as teacher and student. In many ways its going too fast. But in many others I want to be back home. Not that we have one, per se, but I still long for N Alabama and/or Middle Tennessee. I will not, however, wish our time here away simply because it will be an experience we will never be able to duplicate.

What is definitely going too fast is the clock tonight... its almost 10:30 and I haven't event typed up my outline for my hermeneutics class tomorrow - subject matter Social-Scientific Criticism and Hermenetics and Culture. I found a good lecture outline on the latter here.


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