I have made the mistake of going to the grocery store hungry. On the plus side, I have a lot of snacks for the next couple weeks.
Today already has incredible Monday energy.
I have now officially submitted the first written assignment of my entire doctoral program.
It was maybe 300 words and I wrote it jn 15 minutes.
There’s a certain autumnal quality to the light from the windows in my campus office.
Another day of meetings.
Going to see The Green Knight later today.
Working through the Monday crossword is always a nice little confidence boost.
Once again I find myself in Costco. Mostly by choice.
Exploring the Farmer’s Market.
Day 5, first stop: state roads through narrow wooded valleys.
Day 5 (the final day) begins.
Day 4, final stop: more rolling hills, but forested this time. Now in equine environs.
Day 4, first stop: Missouri is a lot like Kansas. More billboards. Coffee with a friend.
Day 4 begins.
Day 3, final stop: green rolling hills and a surprising number of trees. Briefly confounded by roadwork and detours.
Day 3, third stop: more wind. Lots of farm fields.
Day 3, second stop: Kansas is very windy. Dealt with heavy rain for a bit. Thundering distantly.
Day 3, first stop: in Kansas. Lots of bugs on the windshield.
Day 2, final stop: arrived. Brief visit with cousins, now staying with friends.
Day 2, third stop: it will always amuse me how the trees start right at the Colorado/Wyoming border.
There’s a certain irony to a transportation company being named Atlas.
Day 2, first stop: the high plateaus of Wyoming are monotonous to drive through.
Day 2 begins.
Day 1, fifth and final stop: at the hotel. Got dinner before getting here so sleep can happen as quickly as possible.
Day 1, fourth stop: a quick driver change. Drove by an exit for Deeth Starr Valley.