I'm home from Louisville. It was a good week of reading AP essays. Wednesday (day 5 of reading) was the hardest. Friday was the easiest--- we were done by 1:30 or so.
The time in Kentucky was good because I enjoyed spending time with my good friends Kelly & Andrew, and I made some new friends. I also got a few ideas about our department's OA (outcomes assessment).
The honorarium will help pay for summer vacation and school clothes.
Since coming home, I've done precious little. I re-read one of the novels by my favorite author and I've been enjoying the manuscript of a friend (fantasy novel). Keri's niece and nephew stopped by last night on their way to a fiddling competition in Weiser.
Keri and the kids got me a leaf blower for Father's Day and I must say that the sidewalks and walkways are much easier to clean that way. Nice!
Colton and I went to the library today. He got three train books, and I'm going to try out the new Brandon Mull novel.
What a nice summer day.