Still little time to smell the roses this month. But I did stop and smell my jasmine this morning, which has a record ten blossoms at once right now. :-) I think I'm starting to see the faint hazy reduction of the darkness that in some weeks may actually translate into a light at the end of the tunnel.
Plan for today; work on Roosevelt stuff this morning, writing up an assessment of the program evaluations we received. Should be interesting, in its own way. The school's up for re-accreditation, so there's a lot of assement/evaluative work to be done in the next year, apparently. Are we doing a good job at what we do? I guess I'll find out... This afternoon, a couple of hours at an Arts & Sciences council meeting, where I will be quiet and learn things, hopefully. Then some writing time, assuming my brain is still functioning, and dinner at my desk. At 8 p.m., Cardamom Chicago:
October 12 - Chicago, Mars Gallery, 1139 W. Fulton Market, 8 p.m.
Cardamom Chicago - a social and intellectual forum for issues pertinent to the South Asian community. It is equal parts social gathering and bookish reflection. Cardamom presents: "Writing About Women, Sex and Sri Lanka: A Conversation with Author Mary Anne Mohanraj." For event and ticket information (tickets are $15, and refreshments will be served) contact: firstname.lastname@example.org