This turned into the semester that would not die, with incompletes and administrative tasks hanging on for some time. But at last I wrapped it up, and started thinking about settling into a summer routine, setting a pattern for sabbatical work that I can continue in the fall: half an hour of Greek study in the morning, then writing, some library time; should I go to the gym first thing, or use exercise as a break in the middle of the day? Of course, all this will be interrupted by summer travel plans, but it would be great to get into a groove.
Summer travel plans.
Summer travel plans! Today is . . . Tuesday . . . the tenth of June. In a week I will be on a plane to England. Hell’s bells. So much for getting into a groove. I have to finish a conference paper, and make various arrangements for being away. I know I have time management problems, but I’m not usually this bad. Really. But it was a very turbulent semester, and it just started seeming like summer here, and I can’t believe I’m about to be gone for over a month.
So. Who’s going to be in London during the period mid-June to late July? Leave me a comment or e-mail me if you’d like to meet up.