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Hello, Spring Semester 2011!

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Tomorrow (well, technically today---since the clock just struck midnight) begins my Spring 2011 semester!  First of all, I want to apologize for a lack of posting this weekend.  I had to take a little break.  You see, I've had a bit more than usual going on: a very exciting opportunity to prepare for (which I'll give the deets on soonly, I promise!) and attempts to get my apartment re-organized before classes get too hectic.  I succeeded in the first. And while my laundry has been sorted and desk cleaned out---there's still much organization to be desired in my bedroom. 

I just wanted to let you know that: No, I have not dropped off of the face of the earth.  And I have plenty of super-duper start-of-the-new-semester posts lined up for you this week!  So check in everyday. ;)

Here's to new profs, new friends, new ideas and new beginnings!

Much love for my lovely undergrads!!

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Anonymous said…
Much love and good luck your way as well!

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