Life is about connections. Okay, life is about many things. But it's at the connections where we so frequently realize and savor what we have. During my last year at Elizabethtown College, I had the pleasure of teaching and learning with a student named Nadia Mourtaj. I recently learned that Nadia and her younger sister, … Continue reading Nadia…
Throughout 2018, I gave myself a grace period. I knew the year was going to be one of a great many transitions--
more than I expected, so it turned out. My resolution to myself was to rethink imperfection as a facet of life.
When getting started in the research process--whether for a project or a paper--the best position to adopt is curiosity. Sure, it's great to know things. But revel in the fact that you have an idea or two and want to explore more. It's too early to end up anywhere. You need to go find out … Continue reading Rocking the Annotated Bibliography
But I think there's something useful for thinking about the seasons in one's life and what one might do with the time one has. And I find that positively refreshing.
A few days ago WordPress notified me that I've been blogging for 10 years! Some will remember that Sowing the Seed actually began in 2006 using Apple's iWeb software. In any case, the anniversary was a good reminder for me to take a look around at what's been going on at StS. Believe it or … Continue reading As Good a Time as Any