Nearly a month went by without any new posts, despite my recent statements about blogging in earnest. I found that teaching writing classes not only involved lots of time grading papers but also focused my interest on writing. I'm actually writing a lot in various journals and notebooks, but was not focusing in the short run on material I wanted to post here. Finally, in the month of July, I managed to resume my average of one post per day for the month. I plan to surpass that volume from here on out. What I post here, combined with my daily writing in journals, is mostly fine-tuning what I hope to publish in a memoir about my experiences in education as student, parent, teacher, supporter and critic.
Meanwhile, I am still available for guiding local nature hikes. Contact me at email@example.com to inquire about rates and parameters of time, distance, and personal needs regarding matters of health and fitness.
I have been teaching since 1965 and have recently joined the English Department as an Associate Faculty member at Feather River College. Recently taught Nature Literature in America and am currently teaching Interpersonal Communication and Basic Reading and Writing.
and Hyacinths, all breaking through as if it were spring. A cloudy, drizzly day made for nice color rendition.
On a brief drive around town to do errands, I couldn't resist bringing the camera and recording a bit of evidence that spring is here.
Even if we get some snow in the next month or two, these flowers are all survivors and will not be particularly phased. With this damp weather, the mosses and lichens have brightened up considerably this past week, and I'll be doing some sketching and photographing of them soon.