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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

P.S.--oh, poop

I was looking through various folders the other day and found a critical essay that I copied at some point, and apparently even read (or started to read anyway) but that I did not include in any of the stuff about critical material. I'm not fussing with it now: as I said, I'm taking each piece in order, so I'm combing through the glossary etc right now. If memory serves, the critical stuff comes next. When I get there, that's when I'll add the one I just unburied. But, well, poop.

I also find that I'm champing at the bit to hear back from the wonderful colleague who was willing to read through the whole mess and give me feedback about whether it would work for the kind of undergrads he teaches. I understand it's end of semester and all that good stuff, but I wanna know. Now.

Patience has never been one of my best things.

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