The countdown until the end of the semester is on. I can tell for two basic reasons. The first is that hits on my Hebrew Stuff page have been spiking again, so I know the Intermediate Hebrew crew are working on their vocab and parsing skills. The second is that it’s Monday night at 8:41 and I’m in my office at the college with no prospects of leaving soon. The last paper of the semester is due Wednesday night, after which I am once again allowed to do the following:
3. Hang out with my wife (I always do this, but more so I mean)
4. Watch TV
5. Work on German
As any doctoral student knows, work doesn’t really stop over the Christmas break, but the character of it changes enough that I still find it relaxing. My plan over the break is to read a lot of German, and to tweak my article on the Animal Apocalypse into a more publishable state.
I hope 2009 is winding down well for you, particularly my readers who are also doing schoolish kinds of things and are consequently feeling a little pinched right now. But, as I’ve just said, I’m not done yet, so I’d better get back at it.