It always comes as a huge shock to my students when I say that I love to game, and then follow it up with a little bit of street cred in the form of actually knowing what I’m talking about. This goes a very long way towards helping them “get” the concept of discourse communities … Continue reading What I’m Playing
Growing up, my mom made sure me and my sister always did the things that kids were “supposed to” at that time – we got all the advantages and opportunities that our parents could give us. We had ballet and tap lessons, piano lessons, and we had sleepovers with friends. We had books, we had … Continue reading Foul.
Every time I’m running in the woods with Straxi, I think about how slack I have been with this blog. Let me update you. This summer has, indeed, been heinous. First was my foot, which I’ve told you about in staggering (ha) detail. I went to the doctor fully expecting to be told that I … Continue reading Injuries and Recovery: You Can’t Do It Alone
I was beginning to think that Laura had forgotten about running, it had been so long since we went out together. I was really glad, though, that she didn’t decide we should hit the trails while it was raining. I’m all about a good run with my pack, but I don’t fancy cold rain. Running … Continue reading Guest Blogger: From the corner bed