Tag: political science



December 31st, 2018

Almost Class Time

I’m a 59 year old graduate student. Next week, I’ll be meeting with my graduate advisor around my work schedule, which is massive until January the 17th. Am I always that busy? It seems so. I’ve always been a stress magnet and I think it gives me something to live for. I’ve communicated with my professors this week and I’ve

November 20th, 2018

The List of Lists of Lists…

As I have a super secret assignment, I cannot reveal my location. Much more to tell soon. However, it’s safe to say, I’ve registered for classes and will be back on campus next semester with three more semesters to go–if I’m lucky. I am still not sure what my next job is but I will be in the same ballpark,

September 9th, 2018

It’s Been a Great, Wild Week

Can we use the word “great” any more? If not, it is very sad.  One of my favorite movies of recent years is “The Greatest Showman,” so if I can’t celebrate being the “greatest,” that would be sad. This is a discussion for another time. I’m using a beautiful shot of the Morgan County Courthouse in Georgia by Diane Webb.