Thursday, April 24, 2014

Blogging Absence

Getting my final papers in today (Thursday), and gave two tests this week that I need to grade. Will have another test on Monday. Senior Grades have to be turned in by noon on Tuesday of next week. This is a long way around of saying I'm going to be absent from the blogosphere for a bit, probably until at least Wednesday morning. I trust you will all be well.

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15 comments:

Tom Doolan said...

Gotta make the donuts.

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Charles, here in India an academic year ends with the final exams held in March and early April followed by two to three months of vacation owing to the fierce summer which, I think, is the start of school holidays in your part of the world.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Work comes first.

the walking man said...

Fail all the Seniors so your school can hit them for another semester tuition.

You probably won't so have fun digging through the mountain.

Bernard Lee DeLeo said...

Day-jobs must be maintained and protected. :)

Anonymous-9 said...

I know you're busy but wondered if you'd given any thought to the Hugo Award controversy. http://monsterhunternation.com/2014/04/24/an-explanation-about-the-hugo-awards-controversy/ Since I don't write sci-fi or fantasy, this is the first I've heard of it.
Elaine Ash/Anonymous-9

Oscar said...

I don't envy you on this one, Charles, but a break is nice any time.

Erik Donald France said...

Sounds like good times. . . Good luck ~~>

Brian Miller said...

i feel you man...in the midst of IEP season///SOL tests...and end of the semester of grad school...going to be a quiet week for me too...

Riot Kitty said...

Hope you don't have to read anything too ridiculous...

Richard said...

You reap what you sow, I guess. Coffee, donuts, sharp pen(cil), frequent stretch breaks. Done before you know it. Looking forward to new posts soon.

Cloudia said...

Workhorse! Dangle the carrot of Summer days with lovely Lana ;-)

jodi said...

Charles-YOU be well. Soldier on with all that grading and we will 'see' you soon!

David Cranmer said...

Best of luck there, Charles.

Charles Gramlich said...

Thanks, everyone. I appreciate the good thoughts.