Wow, going from do-little days to do-it-all days is quite the shift!
Example: the last two days were Rosh Hashanah, so most of my activity was spirited davening, and certainly included no academic work.
But then today, a whirlwind blew involving both work and play…
- Wrote a homework assignment for my calculus class from 09:00 till 10:20.
- Taught my Applied Math class from 10:30 to 11:35.
- Finished homework prep at 12:20.
- Lunch break till 13:30, but part of it involved posting homework.
- Two consecutive classes of teaching, running from 13:35 to 16:00.
- An office hour immediately following that had no takers.
- Carthage vs. Wheaton in soccer: doubleheader! The women lost 0:1; men won 4:2 (including the insurance goal for Carthage being scored by one of my Applied Math students!)
- Heading home at 21:30…
- … only to realize that my house keys were in the office! D’OH!
- So I got home at 21:50, and had leftover BWW wings and new homemade buffalo chips for dinner (somehow I was not suffering from hunger-induced anorexia!)…
- … watched Timeless on DVR…
- … published this post …
- … and called for the 26th letter of the alphabet.
Kol Nidrei/Yom Kippur: 6 days
End of the Ad-Hominems: 34 days
Lincoln: 76 days