It's not yet 9 am, the skies are blue, and I have written the paper assignment for my 100-level class full of working artists. Historically, working artists do not write brilliant papers, because they, as the old adage has it, do instead of teach.
It was a compositional challenge: how do I make this assignment clear, and yes, it will pay off better if I really do an in-depth search of proper library databases and provide them an itemized list of said things. All of that is done and posted online now. In 90 minutes, I'll go through it in the classroom and it will all be marvelously clear (cross fingers, find wood on which to knock).
Kino MacGregor is coming to Chicago, the first weekend of June (6-8). It's a brief one: strength class Friday night, Primary and backbending on Saturday, Mysore and inner journey on Sunday. I'm tossing around the idea of an early morning Saturday drive, Primary, backbending, afternoon drive back. Eighty bucks to get a fourth series practitioner with YouTubed backbends (check it out!) to show us what it's all about. No hotel stay necessary. Rates are cheaper until May 22, and I should be a bit more out of my financial hole then. Hmmmmm.
Notice, for the record, that I too have fallen for the DonutsZenMom title presentation! Ahrrr matey! Karen, you're contagious! Does this mean we'll all start talking like The Cop now?